The Embassy in the first Q 2022has initiated this two-year long project called Twin Transition of Cities – Green & Digital. Within this project, we have an ambition to holistically address cities’ sustainable development - starting with buildings and going beyond them - focusing on creating inclusive, healthy, resilient and green cities that are built on circular economy principles. The Twin Transition training workshop will be rooted in the methodology of THE DESIGN SPRINT. The focus will be on designing a solution to overcome barriers in meeting the SDGs 3, 7 & 11 by the multispectral approach, via multi-stakeholders coordinated effort of city mayors / presidents, architects, urban planners and investors/developers, who will be the immediate beneficiaries of the training. The training will give participants 'seed' tools on how to combat climate & post pandemic challenges through buildings and the space between them. The training’s participants will gain insights into Danish know how on how to create healthy, energy efficient livable cities, with good air quality & green resilient spaces. All these supported by healing architecture (new built), renovate to recover investments (decarbonising and digitalising the existing stock) and resilient neighbourhoods, zero emission transportation, e-commerce procurement, & last but not least, innovative technologies related to the above. By combining climate adaptation measures with existing urban development, we can contribute to making cities not only more resilient to climate change, but also more attractive places to live, able to regenerate and recover. In Denmark, we have succeeded in solving more than one problem at the same time. Holistic solutions, however, require close cooperation between authorities, utilities, organisations, private companies and individuals. We are offering those partnerships within our Twin Transition project, and this particular training at WUF is an excellent opportunity to test it briefly.