Portuguese capital fights Airbnb dominance after tourism dive

Just in the last decade, Portugal’s capital city has cut its energy use and climate-changing emissions, installed one of the world’s biggest electric-car charging networks and expanded cycling, walking and public green space. The shifts have eased air pollution, cut costs and this year led to the city being named Europe’s “Green Capital” for 2020 - the first such designation for a southern European capital.

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