Access Cities gathers urban challenges from the five project cites across four countries. Click here to see all active challenges
Access Cities' partners are available to support the application process in their local market. Visit 'Markets' to learn more about each market, and who to get in touch with.
Press Release: New York City launches call for innovative approaches to address Air Quality and Urban Heat Island EffectThe Mayor’s Office of the Chief Technology Officer is partnering with Access Cities alliance to find solutions for the City’s most present and acute environmental issues. […]
- The world is facing a massive challenge when it comes to drinking water resources. By 2020, the world will consume 465 billion litres of bottled water […]
- Right now, cities all over the world are grappling with the detrimental effects of climate change such as sea level rise and increasingly extreme and frequent […]
- Every evening Semakau Landfill, a man-made island, receives barges of ash from Singapore’s five waste incineration plants for disposal. This February the Ministry of the Environment […]
- In 2018, renewable energy sources such as biomass, wind and solar comprised 40.3 per cent of German electricity production, thereby for the first-time surpassing coal (37.5 […]
Access Cities is an international, public-private project, which aims to strengthen sustainable urban development in five project cities: New York City, Singapore, Munich and the Danish cities of Copenhagen and Aarhus. The project connects actors working with sustainable urban development in the pursuit of game-changing solutions to common issues confronting cities. Access Cities will develop innovative, viable and scalable responses to the most pressing sustainability challenges faced by global city hubs today and tomorrow – in collaboration and via the exchange of documented learnings within the sustainability space.
Access Cities is funded by the Danish Industry Foundation and co-financed by the project partners: State of Green (project lead), the Confederation of Danish Industry, Quercus Group, Climate-KIC, the City of Copenhagen and the City of Aarhus.