Monday, June 17, 2024

Climate

Green transition lesson from a small village

The village of Vandel has reduced its CO2 emissions by 30% since 2021. How? Various initiatives include establishing a village exchange container where you...

Three out of five images nominated for the Danish Press Photo of the Year 2023 focus on climate change

Three out of five images nominated for the Danish Press Photo of the Year 2023 focus on climate change, DR reported. From a suffocating...

26% of the young women in Denmark consider not having a child due to climate change concerns

A research made by the think tank Kraka in collaboration with Deloitte shows that climate change is deeply concerning for young people between 12 and 30...

Until December 12th, the world leaders are meeting in Dubai to discuss climate change at COP28

he message from Dubai is clear “The world is headed for a catastrophic rise in temperature, and we must pull together. Now!”. EU’s climate...

2,973 species in Denmark are at risk of extinction

26.4% of the species examined (13,900 in total) are extinct, endangered, or nearly endangered. There are five levels of assessment - extinct (dissapeared from...

If you earn more than 179,500 DKK per month, then you are part of the 1% in Denmark

You produce eight times more CO2 emissions than an average-income person and thirteen times more than one of the people in the lower 50%....

A 46 km of insect corridor on the side of E45 between Vejle and Aarhus

The transport minister announced a unique biodiversity project. The requirement is that it must be a continuous corridor for insects – narrow in some places, but...

32 new energy parks (areas with solar cells or wind turbines)

 You can check them out on this map to see if you will be neighbors with a future energy park. Denmark wants to multiply four times...

Oxygen depletion in Danish waters at a critical level

According to a report from DCE - The National Center for the Environment and Energy, the oxygen depletion has already reached catastrophic proportions. They say,...

13 metric tonnes of CO2 emissions on average yearly per person living in Denmark

The world average per person per year is six tons. The ideal number would be 3 tons per person per year, if we wanted...
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