Reykjavik plans to go carbon neutral by limiting urban sprawl

Madeleine Cuff
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Reykjavik plans to go carbon neutral by limiting urban sprawl

Icelandic capital will increase efficiency of public transport and limit city expansion to reach carbon neutral status by 2040

Within the next 25 years Reykjavik, the capital city of Iceland, plans to have become carbon neutral, according to an ambitious new city action plan released last week by the Mayor's office. The 2040...

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