Posted October 14, 2018 06:17:08 Copenhagen is the capital of the Netherlands and one of the most economically prosperous in the world.
The city is known for its many restaurants, cafes and bars, but most residents don’t smoke.
That’s why we decided to go there and find out.
The first thing that strikes you about the Dutch capital is its location.
The entire city lies on a peninsula, making it an ideal place for a tobacco-free lifestyle.
“You can walk across the whole city and be in the same place at the same time,” says Christoph Schönberger, a professor of medicine at Utrecht University.
The reason is that smoking is banned in many parts of the country.
The Dutch have the world’s highest prevalence of tobacco-related diseases, including lung cancer, COPD, stroke and diabetes.
This is partly because the Dutch have an extremely low prevalence of smoking-related deaths.
However, the country has some of the highest rates of tobacco use in Europe.
The country also has the world-leading highest prevalence rates of obesity.
This has made the smoking prevalence in the Netherlands one of Europe’s most unhealthy.
As a result, the average Dutch smoker is twice as likely to die from a heart attack as someone living in the United States, according to a report by the European Union.
As smoking is a big problem in the Dutch cities, the government started an anti-smoking campaign in 2014.
It created a smoke-free zone in many public spaces.
But the effort was only part of the campaign.
The government also worked with tobacco companies to create a campaign around the tobacco industry, including the National Tobacco Institute.
This initiative, called the “National Tobacco Partnership,” was intended to help businesses and the public avoid buying tobacco products that contained nicotine.
However the strategy did not work.
Instead, many people began to question why the government was so keen on fighting tobacco products.
Some people were even considering quitting the tobacco market altogether.
The new strategy came into effect on July 1, 2018, and the Dutch government began to put an emphasis on fighting smoking in the country in early 2018.
The Netherlands is one of a handful of countries that allows its citizens to smoke in public.
This comes in many different ways, such as by purchasing a cigarette or rolling up your sleeves.
“We don’t have a tobacco monopoly here, but smoking is very expensive,” says Schönberg.
The main problem for the government is that most smokers smoke in private homes and do not leave the house in the daytime.
The number of smokers has decreased significantly over the last few years.
According to Schönberger, the problem has increased with the introduction of the anti-tobacco campaign.
Schönbers opinion is that it is not enough to just have a public smoking ban.
“If you don’t introduce smoking in public spaces, you’re going to increase the amount of smokers,” he says.
The strategy is only one aspect of the Dutch anti-smoking campaign, which aims to reduce smoking in its citizens.
Schoenberg believes that the government should also consider a tobacco tax.
The tax is intended to discourage smoking and increase the tax on tobacco.
However it is also a good way to help decrease the prevalence of COPD and diabetes among the population.
Schonenberger hopes that the Netherlands will continue to be a world leader in combating tobacco use and its health problems.
“The Netherlands is an important country in the fight against tobacco,” he concludes.