Establishing a Net Zero Emission Zone in Oslo

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Bjarke Ingels Group and A-Lab, Norway's capital city of an estimated 150.000 scientists, students and entrepreneurs to renewable energy a new innovation region of the country that will provide an innovation environment for the transition. Oslo Science City'introduced his designs.

region, renewable energy and circular economy It aims to provide zero emission solutions during the development and operation phases, as well as being a net zero emission field working with the principles of.

Oslo Science City is currently home to 300 start-up companies, approximately 7.500 researchers and 10.000 hospital staff and 30.000 students. The new 1,4 million m2 master plan will be added to the plot as a first step towards expanding Oslo's 2045% innovation zones by 22 and increasing its residents to approximately 1,6 million.

By increasing the amount of biomass in the region, Oslo Science City aims to develop a holistic approach to planning that combines efficient land use and intensification. in the master plan environmentally friendly buildingsnew throughout the county green and densely planted corridors climate adaptation solutions with the help of widespread tree planting, emission-free mobility, energy efficiency and circular principles it will include.

Oslo Science City design aims to strengthen and enhance existing communities and neighborhoods while expanding the diversity of the area through new spaces to live, work and share knowledge.

To reveal the identity of the Oslo Science City, the elements of the master plan are interconnected in a continuous loop that welcomes multifunctional buildings and spaces that open to the streets and create an engaging urban environment.

Oslo Science City not only features environmentally friendly buildings, but also a green corridor running through the center, a comprehensive tree planting s emission-free mobility solutions will also include.

The plan includes four thematic areas based on current and future activities:

It includes Norway's largest Life Sciences building by 2026 and the expansion of the Oslo Cancer Cluster targeted for completion by 2026. Health and Life Sciences,

Climate, Energy and Environment; to establish a campus and a powerhouse for research and innovation among the country's leading research, energy and water institutes,

Promotes collaborations between IT organizations, universities, and research consortia researching artificial intelligence, machine learning, and robotics. Digitization and Computational Science,

Develop new knowledge about threats and solutions to strengthen democracy and democratic institutions. Democracy and Inclusion.

From innovation zone BIG, A-lab, mobility experts CIVITAS, design community COMTE BUREAU and consultants THE BUSINESS OF CITY OF CITY, Dr. Developed by Tim Moonen and Leo Grünfeld of MENON ECONOMICS.

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