Partnership with WWF France: the collaboration continues!
Floatgen, the floating wind turbine takes to the water
Thursday September 28th, 2017
The Greencity eco-neighbourhood is coming to life
Building work began on Greencity exactly two years ago. Today, the neighbourhood is coming to life. Residents have taken over the first homes in the eco-neighbourhood located to the south of Zurich in Switzerland.
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