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Oslo starts 2019 as Europe's eco capital
by Lars Bevanger
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2 January 2019
On 2 January 2019 Deutsche Welle reported:
Oslo's waterfront was once a mass of shipping containers and a vast intersection jammed with cars pumping out fumes. Today, traffic is diverted through an underwater tunnel, and much of it is made up of electric or hybrid cars. Now, the scene is becoming dominated by a new Edvard Munch art museum and central library -- both due to open in 2020. The new development has impressive environmental as well as cultural credentials, with all new buildings meeting energy efficiency standards for low energy use, explains Anita Lindahl Trosdahl, project manager for Oslo's Green Capital year. As European Green Capital 2019, Oslo hopes to set an example for others.
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