The adverse effects of global warming on the environment are precipitating a new approach to urban living - one that seeks to provide liveability and workability in cities while simultaneously preserving the natural environment. The strategy briefing examines how cities are incorporating sustainable and ecological approaches to housing, transport and food production and how businesses should position themselves to achieve success.
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A coalition government comprising the Social Democratic Party (SAP) and the Green Party has been in office since 2014 and The Economist Intelligence Unit expects it to last its full term, until September 2018. This centre-left coalition, which replaced the four-party, centre-right Alliance for Sweden government, has a smaller...
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