The Brabant city of Eindhoven, the Italian city of Genova and the Finnish city of Tampere have been appointed as demonstration cities for experiments on a major livability study to be carried out by UNaLab, the European Commission’s climate laboratory. This is evident from a report published this week on the European Commission’s website. The laboratory measures the results of all kinds of natural methods aimed at making cities resistant to excessive rainfall, extreme heat and drought during the summer as well as air pollution caused by industrial and motorized traffic emissions. The initial results will be presented as early as next year.
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