Cars are out. Bikes are in. Sustainable mobility is making waves in Malmö.

By Lucas Dietrichson, Communication Strategist, City of Malmö and Braoin MacLauchlan, Communications Assistant, ICLEI World Secreteriat Malmö is growing. And with that, more people will need sustainable modes of transport. This is how Malmö is changing both the city’s infrastructure and mindset to succeed. Malmö is popular. It’s Sweden’s fastest growing city, with many commuting 

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5 reasons to embrace the bicycle as Malmö pedals forward – a leading cycling city

By Lucas Dietrichson, Communication Strategist, City of Malmö The Copenhagenize index ranked Malmö in 2017 as the 5th most bicycle-friendly city in the world. Here are five reasons why people prefer to get around by bike. In Malmö, cycling is the easiest and fastest way to move around the city. It is a natural part 

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The road to healthier and climate neutral cities

It is said that a city’s transport infrastructure is like its blood supply, circulating people and goods. It can also be said that it’s a reflection of a city’s vigor and health. Partly due to spikes in population growth and continual urbanization, the last few years have seen the livability of cities around the world 

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Two birds, one stone. How Öresund’s unique cross-border metro will boost labor markets and help reach climate targets.

By Lucas Dietrichson, Communication Strategist, City of Malmö and Braoin MacLauchlan, Communications Assistant, ICLEI World Secreteriat As one part of Öresund grapples with looming labor shortages due to its ageing population, another struggles to remain attractive for its primarily younger residents. The first international metro in Europe offers to join these two parts and alleviate 

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