In the fight against warming, a formidable ally hides just beneath our feet.
A doughnut cooked up in Oxford will guide Amsterdam out of the economic mess left by the coronavirus pandemic.
While straining to keep citizens safe in the Dutch capital, municipality officials and the British economist Kate Raworth from Oxford University’s Environmental Change Institute have also been plotting how the city will rebuild in a post-Covid-19 world.
As U.S. companies struggle to entice workers back to offices, the Dutch parliament approved legislation to establish home working as a legal right, setting up the Netherlands to be one of the first countries to enshrine such flexibility in law.
Amsterdam. La capitale néerlandaise vient de bannir la location de logements de vacances entre particuliers du centre historique. Le but : rendre le centre-ville à ses habitants et limiter le tourisme de masse.