Rotterdam – Pro Impex http://proimpex.info/ Thu, 23 Jun 2022 12:17:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://proimpex.info/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/default1-150x150.png Rotterdam – Pro Impex http://proimpex.info/ 32 32 TUI and Sunweb release further plans to tackle overcrowding at Schiphol; Rotterdam Airport slots are filling up https://proimpex.info/tui-and-sunweb-release-further-plans-to-tackle-overcrowding-at-schiphol-rotterdam-airport-slots-are-filling-up/ Thu, 23 Jun 2022 12:17:00 +0000 https://proimpex.info/tui-and-sunweb-release-further-plans-to-tackle-overcrowding-at-schiphol-rotterdam-airport-slots-are-filling-up/ Holidaymakers who have booked with the TUI travel agency and who will be traveling on a TUI Fly aircraft will be able to go on holiday as planned. TUI travelers flying on other airlines like Transavia and KLM for their holidays will have to wait and see which flights those airlines cancel, TUI said in […]]]>

Holidaymakers who have booked with the TUI travel agency and who will be traveling on a TUI Fly aircraft will be able to go on holiday as planned. TUI travelers flying on other airlines like Transavia and KLM for their holidays will have to wait and see which flights those airlines cancel, TUI said in a statement. Meanwhile, Sunweb said it won’t be canceling any itineraries for the travel agency’s customers, although some changes to their trips may be required.

Like other travel agencies and airlines, TUI must reduce the number of travelers using Schiphol. The airport hopes to cope with the summer crowds by reducing the number of passengers.

TUI said it regretted Schiphol’s decision to drastically reduce passenger numbers during the busy summer months. Also because many people still do not know if their vacation will take place. TUI said the vast majority of its TUI Fly holiday flights will still depart from Amsterdam. For the rest, TUI will use the regional airports.

“We are currently assembling a complicated puzzle, which allows us to carry out all air holidays with a TUI fly flight. We can also report that all holidays to the ABC Islands and the Caribbean with a TUI fly flight will depart of Schiphol.”

In addition to holidays with TUI Fly flights, the company also offers package holidays with flights from Transavia, KLM and other airlines. TUI could not say how many of its customers traveling with different airlines will be affected. “We have not yet received complete and detailed information and we are unable to estimate the impact of the adjustments they will make.”

TUI will inform customers of exactly what is happening from the beginning of next week. The agency urged travelers not to contact the company but to wait for their message.

Sunweb will continue on all holidays from July 7th to August 14th

Sunweb Travel Agency will operate all scheduled vacations from July 7 to August 14. According to the parent company, a small portion of its customers will face some sort of change.

About 1% of the total number of summer season passengers will face an adjustment. This may include shifting the route by one calendar day.

Travelers may also have to fly from an airport other than Schiphol. This may include Sunweb’s customers, but also those of its other brands, such as Eliza Was Here, GOGO and Primavera.

“We have done everything possible to provide clarification to our customers as quickly as possible, and therefore I am happy to say that we can carry out all stays booked for the period from July 7 to August 14,” said CEO Mattijs. ten Brink van Sunweb. Vacations that are now on sale on the company’s various websites are also hot, including those with departures via Schiphol, he said. “These can therefore be safely reserved by our customers. If the situation changes again later, we will provide a good full-fledged alternative, as now,” promised Ten Brink.

Sunweb was among the companies that had to cobble together changes to achieve the requested reduction in the number of travelers at Schiphol. Sunweb uses the services of Transavia for its holiday flights. More information will be announced in mid-July on the number of Transavia flights that can be operated from Schiphol between mid-August and the end of August. Sunweb pointed out that it also offers travel from other airports in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany.

Rotterdam The Hague Airport is running out of slots

Rotterdam The Hague Airport has filled its last available flight movement slots on its summer schedule. This means that the airport cannot accommodate any additional flights from Schiphol Airport to relieve its overcrowding issues until the end of August.

The last places were mainly taken by TUI Fly. Corendon has also moved flights to Rotterdam.

There was great interest in the remaining slots at Rotterdam The Hague Airport. A spokesman said he could have filled the last places twice. He did not specify which other companies wanted to claim the slots. It also concerns companies that have not used the regional airport in the past.

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Sparta Rotterdam enter race for Aberdeen target Tobias Lauritsen https://proimpex.info/sparta-rotterdam-enter-race-for-aberdeen-target-tobias-lauritsen/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 12:19:00 +0000 https://proimpex.info/sparta-rotterdam-enter-race-for-aberdeen-target-tobias-lauritsen/ Sparta Rotterdam enter race for Aberdeen target Tobias Lauritsen Calendar An icon of a desktop calendar. to cancel An icon of a circle with a diagonal line across it. Caret A right-pointing solid arrow icon. E-mail An icon of a paper envelope. Facebook An icon of Facebook’s “f” mark. Google An icon of Google’s “G” […]]]>




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10,000 protesters join the climate march through Rotterdam https://proimpex.info/10000-protesters-join-the-climate-march-through-rotterdam/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 14:40:00 +0000 https://proimpex.info/10000-protesters-join-the-climate-march-through-rotterdam/ Ten thousand climate demonstrators started a climate march through Rotterdam from the Binnenrotte on Sunday afternoon. After a short program on the podium in the square in front of the Markthal, the demonstrators left around 1.45 p.m. for a tour through the center of the Maasstad. The route will pass through the Blaak, the Coolsingel […]]]>

Ten thousand climate demonstrators started a climate march through Rotterdam from the Binnenrotte on Sunday afternoon. After a short program on the podium in the square in front of the Markthal, the demonstrators left around 1.45 p.m. for a tour through the center of the Maasstad.

The route will pass through the Blaak, the Coolsingel and the Hofplein, ending at the starting point. There, the day will end with a number of speakers and music.

During the climate march in Rotterdam, several demonstrators criticized the farmers with their banners and placards. With phrases like “Farmers, there’s nothing cool about nitrogen,” “Climate Defense Force,” and “Less mega stables, more biodiversity,” climate protesters have made it clear they are against recent protests by farmers.

“If I had left with the tractor I would have been spoken to by now,” read a large banner from an activist, referring to farmers’ protests against the Cabinet’s nitrogen plan. Farmers’ Action Clubs are holding a national day of protest next week.

Farmers are unhappy with the nitrogen plan recently announced by Minister Christianne van der Wal (Nature and Nitrogen). Emissions must be drastically reduced for nature to recover, with major consequences for farmers. According to government targets, nitrogen emissions in the Gelderse Vallei, Noord-Brabant and Limburg are to be reduced by more than half.

It is a coincidence that the climate march is held a few days before the farmers’ demonstration. In a sense, the actions are the opposite of each other: while farmers say the government is going too far with “unrealistic” plans to protect nature, environmentalists say the government lacks urgency to fight climate change. For example, they denounced the fact that coal-fired power plants are still open in the Netherlands.

Protesters also opposed aviation. Slogans such as “Boycott Schiphol” and “Less flights, more trains” can often be seen on cardboard signs. “Plane = 30 euros. Train = 300 euros. How?!” is on the plate of Fenna, 21, from Rotterdam. “Going on holiday by train has become unaffordable for students like me. This really needs to change.”

The organizations behind the protest want “deeds not words” to limit global warming. The Netherlands is at a standstill in the face of the climate crisis, they believe. “Coal-fired power plants remain open and Urgenda climate dossier deadlines are missed, as the climate crisis looms large with floods, wildfires and famines across the globe.”

They also establish a link between global warming and the war in Ukraine. “Fossil fuels are driving the climate crisis, but also war, conflict and pollution. Due to a broken system, we seem to be stuck with fossil fuels as a society. , we contribute to horrible wars, such as the one in Ukraine,” said Faiza Oulahsen of Greenpeace.

According to the organizers, there is still a lot to do in Rotterdam in the area of ​​sustainability, especially in the port, where, for example, the import and refining of fossil fuels is a major industry.

The Climate Crisis Coalition which organized the protest includes Greenpeace, Oxfam Novib, the FNV trade union, Extinction Rebellion, Milieudefensie and Fridays for Future. Around 40,000 people took part in the previous climate march in Amsterdam in November last year.

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What the city of Rotterdam can teach us about the power of green roofs https://proimpex.info/what-the-city-of-rotterdam-can-teach-us-about-the-power-of-green-roofs/ Fri, 17 Jun 2022 15:16:12 +0000 https://proimpex.info/what-the-city-of-rotterdam-can-teach-us-about-the-power-of-green-roofs/ Green roofs are an underutilized tool to combat urban heat islands, but too often the low-income communities that could benefit the most are left behind. Here are lessons from a Dutch city on building rooftop spaces that benefit everyone. From May 26 to June 24, the Dutch city of Rotterdam is showcasing the potential of […]]]>

Green roofs are an underutilized tool to combat urban heat islands, but too often the low-income communities that could benefit the most are left behind. Here are lessons from a Dutch city on building rooftop spaces that benefit everyone.

From May 26 to June 24, the Dutch city of Rotterdam is showcasing the potential of rooftops. The Rotterdam Rooftop Walk connects the roofs by air bridges, offering a vision of the future of cities.

“Often cities offer little space to develop more green space, and rooftops provide that space for plants and biodiversity,” says Leon van Geest, director of the Rotterdam Dakendagen Festival.

Green roofs can be an effective solution to urban heat islands, which are cities or specific neighborhoods within an urban area that have become significantly hotter than their surroundings due to the absorption and re-emission of heat from the Sun. Disadvantaged urban areas are particularly affected by the heat: A 2021 study in the journal Nature Communications found that heat exposure tends to be higher in lower-income neighborhoods, both in the United States and globally. Residents of these neighborhoods are also less likely to have air conditioning, or may not be able to afford it even if they do. This heat exposure exacerbates inequalities due to risks such as higher heat-related mortality, heat stroke, dehydration, loss of work productivity and reduced learning abilities, while increasing air conditioning costs.

Enter the green roofs. They can take many forms – lush gardens, potted plants, solar panels, urban farms, wildflower meadows and community spaces painted in light colors that absorb less sunlight – and can help combat heat islands. many ways. Plants and even trees on the roofs of buildings can significantly reduce the urban heat island effect by reducing temperatures. According to the EPA, ambient temperatures across the city can be lowered by 5°F with green roofs, reducing building energy consumption by up to 0.7% and thereby reducing energy demand. Green roofs can also retain water and thus prevent or reduce urban flooding. They filter greenhouse gas emissions and other air pollutants and attract more biodiversity.

Dr. Ashish Sharma, an atmospheric scientist and graduate professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, studies how low-income neighborhoods could benefit from more green roofs in Chicago. In a 2018 paper on the role of green roofs in reducing heat stress in vulnerable urban communities, Sharma writes that “Efforts to mitigate the impacts of heat, such as putting up green roofs, also offer solutions to social justice issues.” Sharma and his team identified several neighborhoods on Chicago’s South Side and West Side that are highly vulnerable to heat, have high electricity usage, and could also benefit from green roofs to reduce temperatures. But infrastructure is only one aspect of green roofs.

“You really have to invest in getting the community on board with green roofs,” says van Geest. Rotterdam’s experience has shown that maintenance is a key issue. To properly maintain these spaces, you have to be an owner. Often someone in the community takes the lead in managing a green roof, but in vulnerable communities many people have more pressing concerns than whether their roof is green. Community rooftop gardens and urban farms, such as in Singapore or Cairo, are a good solution: they offer all the benefits of green roofs while providing fruit and vegetables to the inhabitants of the buildings.

Another challenge for green roofs, especially in low-income neighborhoods with lower budgets, is funding. Sharma has an idea for that too.

“Big businesses, such as supermarkets, need to step up and install green roofs on their commercial properties in poor and vulnerable neighborhoods. By doing so, these residents and neighboring neighborhoods will be able to access the benefits of lower temperatures and address the issue of environmental justice,” said Sharma, adding that such public-private partnerships could be a smart and affordable approach to tackling climate change. environmental inequalities.

This is exactly what the Rotterdam Rooftop Walk wants to highlight: to create a public space, even on top of private buildings. The bright orange skybridges connecting the rooftops are accessible via stairs and elevators placed on the sides of the buildings, inviting everyone to enter. “If you don’t have to walk through a building to reach them, rooftops can be much more attractive,” van Geest says. Although you can see other rooftops from the rooftop walk, many rooftops provide secluded and safe space, making them a good retreat for more vulnerable groups like pregnant women and children.

Of course, not all flat roofs are good candidates for greening, and experts say you need to be strategic about where and how you build them. One reason is that the aggressive addition of green infrastructure can alter a city’s climate. In the case of Chicago, Sharma says a large percentage of green roofs will reduce air temperatures, but also likely reduce cool breezes coming from Lake Michigan and intensify air quality issues.

“With the number of green roofs we currently have, that’s not a problem; but we need to think about how to strategically place the green roofs to make the most of this heat mitigation strategy, while mixing the urban air in a way that there are no impacts negative effects on regional flows and air quality,” says Sharma.

And, while they can improve a street, green roofs cannot hide other infrastructure problems. “They are always a complement for the districts and the commercial areas of the city, explains van Geest. “If at ground level things are not right, fix the ground level first. Roofs are not a replacement or a reason to look away.

Rotterdam again provides great tips for cities on where to start with green roofs. Van Geest says the city is starting with temporary experiments to gain membership.

“We ask people to let us use their roof for a weekend or a week, and they’re open to that,” van Geest says. “That way you can lead by example and take the first step. Complete implementation of a green roof can take 5 to 10 years. If you want to set up a community rooftop garden, start by laying out some pillows or hosting a rooftop barbecue. If people like it, then it’s time to take the second step.

Sharma adds that collaboration between experts such as engineers, farmers, physicists, urban planners, local actors and residents is essential. “We need the voices of all stakeholders to be heard to make fair decisions,” he says.

Laura is an urban journalist specializing in sustainable and user-friendly solutions. She lives in London and reports from cities around the world.
Follow her on Instagram @parcitypatory.

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The nation’s media are praising the Leeds star and had the £77m star ‘hot on his heels’ all night https://proimpex.info/the-nations-media-are-praising-the-leeds-star-and-had-the-77m-star-hot-on-his-heels-all-night/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 05:30:00 +0000 https://proimpex.info/the-nations-media-are-praising-the-leeds-star-and-had-the-77m-star-hot-on-his-heels-all-night/ Wales were unlucky to lose to the Netherlands 3-2 on Tuesday night but the national media praised Leeds star Dan James for his performance. James played 70 minutes in Rotterdam. James, 24, made his 49th and final appearance of the 2021-22 season for club and country, starting top for Wales against a strong Dutch side. […]]]>

Wales were unlucky to lose to the Netherlands 3-2 on Tuesday night but the national media praised Leeds star Dan James for his performance. James played 70 minutes in Rotterdam.

James, 24, made his 49th and final appearance of the 2021-22 season for club and country, starting top for Wales against a strong Dutch side. Trailing 2-0, Wales fought back to level the game 2-2.

Goals from Noa Lang and Cody Gakpo were canceled out by Brennan Johnson and then a Gareth Bale penalty in added time. However, moments later, Memphis Depay restored his country’s lead in the 93rd minute.

A solid performance full of combativeness and character, which has become accustomed to Wales under Rob Page. James, meanwhile, was working hard as ever in his 35th Wales cap – and Wales Online gives it a 7/10.

“Had Matthijs de Ligt hot on his heels all night,” Wales Online Report. “I got the ball back brilliantly for Johnson’s goal. Some of his decisions remain questionable, but his pace will always cause problems.

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Facing Juventus star de Ligt could have been daunting for James. A player who cost the Serie A club £77million (Objective). But as Wales Online reports, James made de Ligt look very ordinary.

Yes, the end product continues to be an issue for James and it’s more than evident in his stats. Five goals, five assists in 35 appearances for Wales – almost the same at Leeds; four goals, assists in 35 outings for Leeds.

It’s an area he needs to improve, but his ability to get Wales or Leeds up the pitch with his work-rate, tenacity and speed is second to none. He remains an incredibly important tool for club and country.

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Rotterdam-based green tech firm GreenRoutes raises €450,000 to optimize route planning with AI https://proimpex.info/rotterdam-based-green-tech-firm-greenroutes-raises-e450000-to-optimize-route-planning-with-ai/ Mon, 13 Jun 2022 12:49:23 +0000 https://proimpex.info/rotterdam-based-green-tech-firm-greenroutes-raises-e450000-to-optimize-route-planning-with-ai/ Image credits: GreenRoutes Green Routesa Rotterdam-based green tech company, announced that it had raised €450,000 in a pre-seed funding round from the Graduate Entrepreneur Fund and others. The company says it will use the funds to accelerate product development and expand its platform. Salesforce report on the digital skills of the Dutch workforce Does the […]]]>

Green Routesa Rotterdam-based green tech company, announced that it had raised €450,000 in a pre-seed funding round from the Graduate Entrepreneur Fund and others.

The company says it will use the funds to accelerate product development and expand its platform.

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How was GreenRoutes born?

GreenRoutes was initially started by brothers Ramy and Yousry Salem, and Coen Douma joined them later.

During his studies, Yousry worked in the office of a waste collection company and noticed that route planning was done manually. This led him to develop specific algorithms to solve this problem with his brother, who was then doing research for his master’s thesis in econometrics.

Coen was working at software investor Main Capital at the time and came on board to complete the expansion.

GreenRoutes: what you need to know

The demand for planning technology is high, driven by the search for sustainability, shortages of (planning) staff, the desire to work in the cloud, and soaring fuel prices.

GreenRoutes specializes in optimizing routes for businesses such as waste collectors and metal wholesalers using artificial intelligence (AI).

The company’s software solution optimizes inefficient routes, automates planning and reduces reliance on planning staff.

The product offered by the Dutch company can be easily linked to any administration software (ERP), so companies in the waste collection and wholesale trade or other sectors with their own logistics can integrate seamlessly.

The company aims to offer a one-stop-shop for route optimization, GPS and navigation, automated trip recording and ETAs to customers without using expensive and delicate hardware devices.

“We are noticing with our customers and in the wider market that sustainability is an increasingly relevant topic, partly in view of high fuel prices. We can use our software to give our customers instant insight into how much CO₂ and liters of fuel are used per day, and where there is room for savings,” the company writes in the press release.

The GreenRoutes solution guarantees significant savings in staff hours (drivers/loaders) and kilometres. Additionally, automating route planning results in reduced staff hours for planners, the company says.

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Smart Port Management Market Expected to Reach $6,367 Million by 2027, Registering a CAGR of 22.1% – Royal Haskoning, IBM, ABB, Trelleborg AB, Port of Rotterdam, Ports of Abu Dhabi – Indian Defense News https://proimpex.info/smart-port-management-market-expected-to-reach-6367-million-by-2027-registering-a-cagr-of-22-1-royal-haskoning-ibm-abb-trelleborg-ab-port-of-rotterdam-ports-of-abu-dhabi-indian-defense-new/ Sat, 11 Jun 2022 20:22:24 +0000 https://proimpex.info/smart-port-management-market-expected-to-reach-6367-million-by-2027-registering-a-cagr-of-22-1-royal-haskoning-ibm-abb-trelleborg-ab-port-of-rotterdam-ports-of-abu-dhabi-indian-defense-new/ New Jersey, USA, – Mr Accuracy Reports, Smart port management market The report contains detailed information on the factors influencing demand, growth, opportunities, challenges and restraints. It provides detailed information on the structure and outlook of global and regional industries. Additionally, the report includes data on research and development, new product launches, product responses […]]]>

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The global Smart Ports Management market size will reach (market size 2028 $$) million USD by 2027 with a CAGR of % from 2022 to 2027.

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How Rotterdam’s climate architecture puts it on the tourist map https://proimpex.info/how-rotterdams-climate-architecture-puts-it-on-the-tourist-map/ Thu, 09 Jun 2022 10:09:23 +0000 https://proimpex.info/how-rotterdams-climate-architecture-puts-it-on-the-tourist-map/ Jhe agricultural scene before me is quintessentially Dutch: tulips and narcissus bow to the sun, rows of vegetables poke their frilly heads through the earth, and chickens peck snacks from the ground. Only, I am in the heart of the city of Rotterdam. I have just crossed the six traffic lanes of the Coolsingel and […]]]>

Jhe agricultural scene before me is quintessentially Dutch: tulips and narcissus bow to the sun, rows of vegetables poke their frilly heads through the earth, and chickens peck snacks from the ground. Only, I am in the heart of the city of Rotterdam. I have just crossed the six traffic lanes of the Coolsingel and climbed the concrete steps of a 1960s office building to a seven-story roof.

The 1,000m² DakAkker (rooftop plot), home to the lively brunch café Teds, is the largest rooftop farm in the Netherlands. From rooftops like this, visitors can marvel at the patchwork city; mirrored skyscrapers and brutalist behemoths eclipse the few remaining monumental buildings, acting as contrasting emblems of Rotterdam’s past and present.

Best known for its spectacular architecture that rose from the ashes of the devastation of World War II, the Netherlands‘ second-largest city now faces a new threat as rising sea levels, caused by the global warming, once again tests the resilience of the city. Yet Rotterdam’s innovative solutions to the challenges it faces only make it more of a destination.

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The Depot building, for example – a colossal mirrored bowl overflowing with art treasures, whose small footprint is designed to withstand flooding – won numerous awards when it became the first publicly accessible art depot l last year, housing the extensive collection of Boijmans Van Beuningen. of Dutch works while the waterlogged museum is remodeled. The Depot has no rooftop allotment; it has a forest instead.

High and dry is a good thing when your city has one of Europe’s greatest flood risks, and Rotterdam’s Rooftop Days Festival (May/June) is an annual celebration of busy life with concerts on the rooftops, camping, restaurants and dancing; and this year, a breathtaking rooftop promenade, with purpose-built skybridges linking the roofs of iconic downtown buildings.

Come in June and you will also witness Rotterdam Architecture Month. The headliner is The Podium, a temporary stage on the roof of the Het Nieuwe Instituut architecture and design museum, accessible via a striking exterior staircase that spans the building like a neon pink belt.



Visitors can marvel at the patchwork city; mirrored skyscrapers and brutalist behemoths dwarf the few remaining monumental buildings

But fancy roofs aren’t just for attracting visitors. With an 18 km² landscape of flat roofs, the city also sees greening at altitude as a mitigation against global warming. “85% of our city is below sea level, which highlights the need to adapt to the climate,” said Deputy Mayor Vincent Karremans. “One of the ways to do that is to add more green.”

Seven projects – high and low – costing over €300m (£254bn) will transform this car-centric city, adding 100,000m² of parkland in a decade. As well as boosting tourism, the new landscape will capture more CO2, reduce heat stress, promote biodiversity and absorb around 4,400 m³ of flood water. “It helps us achieve multiple goals in one,” says Karremans.

In the Delfshaven district, visitors can now take a guided tour of the city’s eight-hectare Dakpark, a rooftop park with a herb garden, beehives and free-roaming sheep, which has become a place of popular meeting. Meanwhile, meandering north of Rotterdam, and visible from my vantage point at the DakAkker, is a disused railway viaduct being converted, thanks to local architects De Urbanisten, into a climate-adaptive Hofbogenpark – a 2km leafy alley long with water features due to open in 2024.

Bring along a floating bar, available for rent at H2OTEL

(H2OTEL)

Huddled under the 189 arches of the viaduct, there is already heaps to explore. Taste a staple of the Dutch diet at We Say Cheese; spend an evening at the BIRD, concert hall with restaurant and garden; or browse vinyl at Clone Records and De Oorzaak. This once seedy part of town now even has its own Michelin-starred restaurant, FG Food Labs.

For climate-friendly cuisine, try Aloha in the Kralingen district, a restaurant with a waste-reduction concept located in an abandoned 1980s tropical water paradise, now part of Blue City, a hub for conscious entrepreneurs of sustainable development. Inventive sharing plates follow one another, including a vegetarian version of Dutch bitterballen (breaded balls with a sticky centre) made with oyster mushrooms grown on coffee grounds and served with a surprisingly tasty coffee mayonnaise (€6.50).

From there, I board an electric water taxi for an exhilarating ride under the harp-shaped Erasmus Bridge and upriver to the Rijnhaven, a peaceful harbor exploring ways of working with the ubiquitous water that defines Rotterdam and the put in danger. A 70 million euro redevelopment project is underway here to create 18 hectares of tidal parkland with city beaches and floating parks, as land use shifts from industrial to ecological and social.

The 2 km long Hofbogenpark, adapted to the climate

(Guido Pijper for Rotterdam partners)

Across the water, I spot Wikkelboats: tiny floating homes built from recycled cardboard — some with hot tubs — and the latest trend in climate-friendly accommodation here.

There is more floating fun to be had in the Wijnhaven to the north. The floating H₂OTEL has buoy-shaped boats with bars that can be skippered around the harbour, while the quirky gastropub and concert venue V11, a 1950s “lightship” topped with a red-painted lighthouse fireman, rents electric hotTugs – adjustable steaming-hot Jacuzzis that keep passengers warm whatever the weather.

Back in the Rijnhaven, the only hint of the neighborhood’s sordid past is the cheeky-named Putaine (prostitute) restaurant, where I enjoy a glass of champagne. Furnished in dusty pink and featuring a natural swimming pool, this chic, glass-walled property is part of a gigantic complex of floating wooden offices, which houses the international headquarters of the Global Center on Adaptation.



The city’s been undersold for so long, no wonder it wants to scream from the rooftops

For dinner, however, I go to Whore’s big sister, Heroine, back on the mainland. Here, I sit down to a five-course menu (€58) with melt-in-the-mouth appetizers and a jaw-dropping dessert of apple sorbet, peanut cream and crispy beetroot – all served in a carcass of ominous (but listed) a building typical of the functionalist architecture that is ubiquitous here and too easy to overlook.

In fact, the city has been undersold for so long, it’s no wonder it wants to scream from the rooftops. “We have really come a long way in the last 20 years in Rotterdam,” says Leon van Geest, director of Rotterdam Rooftop Days, as we visit the Groene Kaap housing estate in Katendrecht, recently voted the best roof in the Netherlands. “It’s not just for tourists, but for the people of Rotterdam to be proud of their city.

“When you’re on the rooftops, you’re like, ‘This is my city. Wow.'”

The Putaine restaurant has its own natural swimming pool

(Sophie van den Hoek)

Travel Essentials

Getting There

A direct Eurostar service from London reaches Rotterdam in around four hours.

Stay here

Deborah stayed at The Slaak Rotterdam and was hosted by Rotterdam Partners. theslaakrotterdam.nl

More information

Rotterdam Rooftop Walk runs from May 26 to June 24, 2022. Rotterdam Architecture Month runs throughout June, but the catwalk will remain open until August 17.

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Hunt continues for 2 missing after Rotterdam plane crash https://proimpex.info/hunt-continues-for-2-missing-after-rotterdam-plane-crash/ Tue, 07 Jun 2022 13:17:36 +0000 https://proimpex.info/hunt-continues-for-2-missing-after-rotterdam-plane-crash/ THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — Emergency services on Tuesday used a sonar-equipped boat to search for the wreckage of a small plane that crashed over the weekend in a waterway part of from the busy port of Rotterdam and two people on board, while Norwegian police said the two missing people were Norwegians. The identities […]]]>

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — Emergency services on Tuesday used a sonar-equipped boat to search for the wreckage of a small plane that crashed over the weekend in a waterway part of from the busy port of Rotterdam and two people on board, while Norwegian police said the two missing people were Norwegians.

The identities of those on board the plane have not been released. Norwegian police told TV station NRK in Norway that two Norwegian citizens were missing after the accident. Another broadcaster, TV2, said a school had confirmed one of the missing people was a student living in the Norwegian city of Bergen.

The type of plane that went missing after crashing Sunday night over a channel between the harbor and a North Sea beach was not known. Pieces of wreckage and traces of oil were found on Sunday, but the remains of the plane and the two people on board were not found despite an intensive search operation.

Broadcaster NRK said the plane took off on Sunday morning from Bergen, is registered in Spain but has Norwegian owners. Dutch authorities said he last took off from eastern Germany and was heading for France.

There has been no word on the cause of the crash. Local security authorities said on Sunday they believe it was an accident and police are investigating.

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Jan M. Olsen contributed to this report from Copenhagen, Denmark.

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Plane crashes in channel near Rotterdam; Rescuers search for water for two victims https://proimpex.info/plane-crashes-in-channel-near-rotterdam-rescuers-search-for-water-for-two-victims/ Sun, 05 Jun 2022 18:42:00 +0000 https://proimpex.info/plane-crashes-in-channel-near-rotterdam-rescuers-search-for-water-for-two-victims/ A small plane crashed into the water Sunday in the port area of ​​Rotterdam, said the security region Rotterdam-Rijnmond. Two people were reportedly on board, and rescuers were looking for them in the Calandkanaal, a water channel there. “[The aircraft] took off from eastern Germany earlier today and was en route to France,” the security […]]]>

A small plane crashed into the water Sunday in the port area of ​​Rotterdam, said the security region Rotterdam-Rijnmond. Two people were reportedly on board, and rescuers were looking for them in the Calandkanaal, a water channel there.

“[The aircraft] took off from eastern Germany earlier today and was en route to France,” the security office said.

Debris was found at the scene bearing the registration number of a smaller aircraft type. It has not been revealed which make or model of aircraft fell.

Clothes were found at the scene of the accident. A streak of oil was also visible.

Emergency services such as the KNRM lifeguards, fire brigade and police searched for victims in the water with a variety of equipment. Professional divers were on their way Sunday evening to search 24 meters deep. A helicopter was also deployed.

As of 10 p.m., authorities said the response had shifted from a rescue operation to a recovery operation. This was after more than two hours of searching for victims.

“Firefighters are currently using an underwater drone with sonar. This drone can detect and locate objects under the surface. This way you can dive purposefully and safely,” the safety office said.

The Dutch Safety Council said it would send representatives to the Rotterdam port area on Sunday evening for an exploratory investigation into the situation. The board’s duties include investigating the underlying cause of incidents.

A spokesman for Rotterdam The Hague Airport said earlier on Sunday that the plane was not known to them.

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