Posts Tagged:Denmark

2009-09-20 um 11-56-06

Video Sunday: Copenhagenize’s Top 10 Design Elements

When I first visited this year’s European Green Capital Copenhagen in 2009, I was immediately impressed how walkable and bikeable a city can be. I was equally excited when I had the opportunity to get some first-hand insights into Copenhagen’s recipes for success by Danish cycling advocates Andreas Rohl and Mikael Colville-Andersen in 2012 at…

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Electromobility – Interview and thoughts

Recently, I have visited the launch event of the new Austrian Sustainable Mobility association at the Natural History Museum Vienna where it was possible to take a look at electric cars, bicycles and motorbikes. Moreover, I had the opportunity to interview Craig Davis from TESLA MOTORS about his company’s electric sports car, its contribution in…

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2009-09-19 um 13-43-37

City Pics: Copenhagen

Thanks to the European Journalism Centre’s “TH!NK ABOUT IT” blogging competition on climate change, I recently had the opportunity to visit Denmark’s capital Copenhagen, probably one of the most beautiful and livable cities in Europe which is best known for its cycling culture. So, it is no wonder that I was excited to see so…

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2009-09-20 um 11-56-06

Austrian Cities must become Aarhus

Many Austrian villages like Güssing or Munderfing show us that a transformation of our energy system and climate protection can be pushed on a regional level. In contrast, many of Austria’s bigger cities are still lagging behind. So we might turn to Denmark for some inspiration. The Danish government recently started a comprehensive investment program to make six Danish cities…

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