Babou Olengha-Aaby was born in the Congo, grew up in London and speaks French as her first language. But Oslo has become her home. She didn’t end up here by simple coincidence. These days, lots of young women and families are moving to Oslo. The Norwegian capital has hit a growth spurt, and in typical Scandinavian fashion, the city is simultaneously fresh, green and urban as can be. You sense that what’s happening here can be felt in varying degrees around the world. It also comes as no surprise that Oslo was named European Green Capital 2019: e-scooters, bikes and cars share the roads. Two of every three cars purchased in 2018 were electric like the EQC. The year 2019 will see the introduction of 70 electric buses, and three electric ferries will be put into operation to replace diesel ones. In the city of Oslo, living sustainably goes without saying and is deeply engrained into daily routines.