Copenhagen has joined Nordic Built

The Lord Mayor of Copenhagen, Frank Jensen, has now signed the Nordic Built Charter on behalf of the City of Copenhagen.
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- This means that Copenhagen is contributing to pushing the market for new buildings and retrofitting in a more sustainable direction, and the export of the solutions internationally, the City of Copenhagen, Finance Administration, writes on its website.

The Finance Administration believes signing the Nordic Built Charter can have an impact on the international status of Copenhagen, as it will put the city on the global map of sustainable construction and retrofitting.

The ten principles of the Nordic Built Charter are in line with Copenhagen's objectives for climate and building.

 

- Nordic Built can be a new platform to market these objectives, writes the Finance Administration.