How green is your PlanIT Valley?

James S Murray
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Plans to build the world's greenest city in Portugal may be ambitious, but they are also surprisingly credible

The first thing to say about European startup Living PlanIT is that it is ambitious. Not only is it planning to build the world's greenest city from scratch at a site in northern Portugal, it wants...

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