Pollution. Temporary measures are in place to cut the high levels, such as more intense watering down of streets and the prohibition of municipal activity which generates dust.
Pollution. Municipal services are taking preventative measures, such as more intense watering down of streets and avoiding the use of air blowers.
Safety and prevention. The red flag is still in place at all city beaches, due to poor water quality.
Architecture and urban planning. This is the 62nd edition of Europe’s longest-running awards for architecture and interior design.
Landscaping. The call for entries will remain open until 31 March.
Mobility and transport. Dogs are allowed on the metro any day of the year, except during rush hours on working days (7 am to 9.30 am and 5 pm to 7 pm). They must wear a muzzle and be kept on a lead.
Safety and prevention. Citizens are recommended to keep away from places exposed to the wind, to take extra care and not to go to the beaches.
Recycling. Green Points enable citizens to get rid of all sorts of waste items, at the same time improving the recycling process and helping protect the environment.
Climate emergency. The climate emergency declaration is an institutional and public commitment to adapt the city and mitigate the climate crisis.
Climate emergency. The proposals include eliminating short flights, taxing the use of fuels which pollute the most and fostering the use of renewable energies.