TALLINN - The City of Tallinn is planning to build a 13.5-kilometer green corridor for a total of 1.3 million euros as part of a green urban infrastructure project of the Central Baltic Program.
The key objective of the project is to offset the negative environmental effects caused by urban mobility, spokespeople for the Tallinn city government said.
The city government added that developing Tallinn's green infrastructure supports the capital city's bid to win the European Green Capital Award. Deputy Mayor of Tallinn Andrei Novikov said that acc...
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