Tricycle Service Cleans Amsterdam’s Local Food System

Tricycle Service Cleans Amsterdam’s Local Food System

The Dutch capital's delivery service connects with local food producers, businesses, and consumers

Charlie Stephens
  • 15 october 2014

According to research, the EU is experiencing startling amounts of CO2 emissions- an increasing portion of which are a direct byproduct of road transport. In an effort to reverse this trend and promote sustainability throughout the union, Amsterdam is tapping into the power of the tricycle.

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