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Lindholmen – Where science meets business

Lindholmen – Where science meets business


Infrastructure and Urban planning

As different parts of countries become drier, wetter or hotter, green infrastructure can help improve community resilience through smart urban planning and intelligent urban transport systems. The CTCN has worked with countries such as Indonesia and Thailand to develop climate resilient infrastructure and foster green buildings for low-carbon societies. By adapting cities, transport systems and buildings to climate change impacts, countries can mitigate related costs and risks. Below you will find related publications, partners, CTCN technical assistance, technologies and other information for exploring this topic further.  

Infrastructure and Transport
Cross-sectoral enabler: 

Lindholmen Science Park is a world-leading research and development centre with a focus on mobile data communication, intelligent vehicles and transport systems and modern media.

Lindholmen is a former dockland area where business today thrives around Lindholmen Science Park. When the large shipyards disappeared and Gothenburg ceased to be an important ship building centre, vast expanses of land and industrial premises were left abandoned. Now the dockside buildings have been renovated and revitalised, and new properties continue to be built. Lindholmen Science Park was founded to promote fruitful collaboration between industry, academia and the public sector.

Organisation providing the technology: 
Envac AB
Countries where implemented: 

Green Gothenburg, Lindholmspiren 5, 417 56 Göteborg, 031-779 96 35

Further information: