Denmark’s green ambitions are vanishing in a center-right led government.
Elbaek at the Change How? festival in London. Photo credit: Anders Lorenzen. By Anders Lorenzen In an almost unseasonably warm Sunday noon in February, nearly half a year ago, I […]
Left and right leaning political parties in Denmark are split on green policies.
Wind turbines at the Danish island Bornholm at an open day event during Global Wind Power day. Photocredit: Danish Wind Industry Association. By Anders Lorenzen Denmark’s 5,229 wind turbines have […]
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 […]
The Greenlandic ice sheet’s rapid ice melt is opening up new economic opportunities. Photo credit: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. By Anders Lorenzen Greenland, who undoubtedly are experiencing the most […]
Solar installed on an eco house in Denmark. By Anders Lorenzen In the last few years, solar PV in Denmark has accelerated due to subsidy schemes making homeowners invest in […]
Photocredit: Timo Heuer via flickr. By Anders LorenzenA lot has been said and written about wind power records having been broken in the last month – but even though they […]
Storms batter the UK, disrupting Christmas travel. Photo source: BBC. By Anders Lorenzen December has been, in many ways, an abnormal weather month in Denmark and the United Kingdom. A […]
In addition to highlighting the serious threat climate change poses, the aim of this blog is to spread news of some of the amazing positive stories about action on climate […]