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The innovative project enables fish to pass unhindered from the Elbe river to the Alster, where they can find feeding and breeding grounds.
More than another open air event, this is an experiment in the creation of sustainable public festivals.
The east of Hamburg’s HafenCity district is supplied with heat from copper production.
GreenKayak offers free paddling trips on the Alster. All you have to do is pick up some waste along the way and everybody wins.
Hamburg is a remarkably green city — and that’s no coincidence. Green Network Hamburg has been nearly 100 years in the making.
Hamburg strives for a greener administrative system, including eco-friendly procurement regulations.
The soon-to-be-constructed gardens on the St. Pauli Bunker are only the latest effort in a long list of ambitious green roof projects.
Urban trees are the masters of survival. Learn more about Hamburg’s trees in this short video.
In 2011 Hamburg was named the European Green Capital. Since then, eco-friendly urban development has been consistantly on the rise.
The Hydrogen Strategy for North Germany results from the close cooperation of business, research and administration.
More than 250 Hamburg cafés offer customers discounts for bringing reusable containers.
The Mammal Atlas has detailed information on mammalian activity and distribution in Hamburg and the surrounding areas.
Large, densely populated areas benefit from heating networks. They're climate-friendly and save on costs.
Hamburg attempts to guarantee that new housing projects in the city are in line with environmental protection regulations.
Years after being the European Green Capital, Hamburg still stands for sustainability and environmental protection.
Growth of the renewable energy sector and a high ecological standard helped make Hamburg the ‘European Green Capital 2011’.
Hamburg’s water is of good quality due to constant monitoring and testing. Probe stations inform about current water qualities.