The Future of Cities - Presentation, February 8, 2011.

By mandating low-energy building standards in sales contracts of city-owned land, the City of Münster (Germany) caused a market transformation that led to 80 percent of all new buildings constructed in 2010, even those not built on city-owned land, to follow the city’s energy efficiency requirements.


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