Amsterdam plans to be the first city in all of Europe to be completely emissions free. The Amsterdam mayor and aldermen released a set of measures on Friday to help achieve their goal of clean, emission-free transport by 2025.
With electric buses and taxis, an energy neutral bus station and even upsycled carpets, Schiphol Airport is steadily becoming more and more sustainable.
Duurzaam Berdrijfsleven - Sustainable Business Life in English - has made a list of all of the airport's sustainability efforts.
The municipality of Amsterdam and GVB are working towards a cleaner city with public transport that is completely emission-free, the municipality announced in a press release on Wednesday. GVB's fleet will be replaced with electric buses and vans and solar panels on the GVB buildings and subway stations will generate renewable energy.