We are in a dead-serious race against time when it comes to stopping our pollution of the atmosphere. Equally important is to share and spread the knowledge about how fast things are actually progressing in the right direction towards a
We have good news for you. Literally! For the 100th Sustainable Hour radio show on 21 November 2015, we collected a list of examples of climate action news stories that have come out recently. Landmarks, mile stones and gains to
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On 29 August 2013, the Danish capital Copenhagen received an Index Award – the world’s biggest design award – for the city’s climate adaptation plan because, according to the jury, it provides “a unique and robust framework for a massive
What you see here are what I consider the two most important ‘mile-stone’ kind of climate news stories that came out of 6 August 2013. The photo of the dead polar bear speaks for itself — just like the photos
33 leading U.S. and multinational companies have joined in the struggle to solve what is currently mankind’s worst headache ever: the carbon emissions and the catastrophic climate change they can possibly cause. Through a coordinated effort by businesses and consumers,
Denmark has positioned itself among the first in Europe to offer comprehensive interdisciplinary graduate training in climate change. ‘Climate Change, Impacts, Mitigation and Adaptation’ is the name of a new 2-year interdisciplinary MSc programme at Copenhagen University that combines both
Today, we took one small but important step in our household towards reducing carbon-emissions in the atmosphere: By paying just 4 cents more per KiloWattHour (25 øre), the electricity we use in our house now comes from 100% renewable energy.