The green future of Dutch cities
Join us as we travel to the cities of tomorrow and experience how the Netherlands keeps innovating to make its cities, villages, and everything in-between, greener and more sustainable. It is deeply embedded in our DNA to find new and improved solutions in our battle against climate change and to create a thriving and healthy environment for future generations.
Sustainable solutions to counter climate change and groundbreaking innovations to tackle future environmental issues. That’s the Dutch approach.
City filled with Green
If you’re looking for delicious meals prepared sustainably, then you really need to visit these restaurants that have been awarded a Green Star by Michelin.
A unique experience: dozens of cows living and grazing on a floating farm in Rotterdam.
In the skybar with a panoramic view over the IJ, we meet Claudia van Poelgeest of Hotel Jakarta: the sustainable, green hotel on Java Island in Amsterdam.
Meet Jan-Albert Blaauw, a pioneer in Oosterwold. He’ll tell you about urban farming in Almere and how the residents grow food – for each other and for the city.
Meet chef Emile van der Staak and discover botanical gastronomy. In restaurant De Nieuwe Winkel in Nijmegen, edible plants provide a new taste experience.
Immerse yourself in BlueCity, the circular incubator model city in Rotterdam that provides a platform for pioneers in circular economy.
The immersive, interactive art installations of eco-artist Thijs Biersteker combine art and science to create awareness for today’s major ecological issues.