Corporate leaders and employees in the world of business and trade, and editors and journalists in the media world: You, not the politicians, hold the key to saving this planet — and your own children — from a climate catastrophe.
In this blog-post I explain why — in our efforts to create climate safety — I believe we must focus less on our politicians and more on the public, the popular and the personal. In particular the youth movements and
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
The Happy Planet Index, allegedly ‘the leading global measure of sustainable well-being’, shows the extent to which countries deliver long, happy, sustainable lives for the people that live in them. The Danes rank as No 110 on the list of
Norwegian author Jostein Gaarder is out with a new book, ‘Anna – A fable about the Earth’s climate and environment’. Fiction, in other words, about climate change. Something we haven’t seen much of among international bestsellers til this date. But,
This was the tv interview which was to become my personal ‘climate wake-up call’. That moment where I realised that the world leaders are not going to solve this CO2-emission and greenhouse-gas problem for us. The interview was with the