Denmark’s green ambitions are vanishing in a center-right led government.
Greenpeace protesters during the 2009 COP 15 conference in Copenhagen. Photo credit: Greenpeace / Aslund via Flickr. By Anders Lorenzen This year, there is increased hope that, for the first […]
Photo credit: Anthony Quintano, 2013. By Anders Lorenzen Today the 195 member countries of the UN could potentially agree a draft global deal on climate change, which would be signed […]
Photo credit: United Nations Photo / Mark Garten via Flickr. By Anders Lorenzen On Sunday, the world’s climate eyes were focused again on the Danish capital, Copenhagen, as the Intergovernmental […]
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon opens Climate Summit 2014. Photo credit: UN Photo / Cia Pak. By Anders Lorenzen Just days after New York City witnessed the world’s largest climate […]
Photo credit: World Meteorological Organization (WMO). By Anders Lorenzen Denmark’s leading weather forecaster Jesper Theilgaard has, along with 13 other weather forecasters from around the globe, taken part in a […]
In 2015 Copenhagen plans for 50% of people cycling to work. Photo credit: Sharing Copenhagen. By Anders Lorenzen A year ago we wrote about the French city of Nantes, who […]
Nantes metropolis boasts of 250 km of rivers and streams. By Anders Lorenzen EU Environment Commissioner, Janez Potočnik, has passed the European Green Capital title on from the Spanish city […]