Listening to ‘We Are The Weather’ is nerve-racking, but it also comes with a plan about climate action. I highly recommend it, that is, part of those times when I just want to throw my headphones in a corner and rock myself softly back and forward. While we wait for biotechnology (food-as-software as them geeks […]
I spoke at Women Entrepreneurship Day 2019 conducted by Female Founders of the Future at Klub in Copenhagen back in November. “Invest In Women”: Summary Of My Speech I didn’t memorize my full speech as I wrote it, you really never do, but here it is: Hi there! My name is Henriette Weber. I am […]
During my work with CARE, I have recently become aware that when you start using a tone of voice that’s more defining and bolder, as well as adding a visual identity that’s edgier, then something happens externally for sure. But something also happens internally with the office space and your colleagues. At CARE I feel […]
Have you ever thought about how combining technologies can be applied to the best future for humanity? The key to a more sustainable world lies in a better understanding of how we can contribute positively to the wellbeing of the planet. And I think I found one of many keys for that, through extensive reading […]
Could somebody pinch me? Recently I have had the great honor to be announced as one of the +SocialGood Connectors Class of 2019-2020. In addition to that, I am going to New York tomorrow to be a part of Social Good Summit, +SocialGood Connector training, UN General Assembly Week, Climate Strike, hanging out with colleagues […]
Sometimes you surprise yourself. I for sure have in 2019. Everything suddently pointed towards learning to take care of myself, and so that begun sometime in the spring.
You know sometimes things don’t turn out the way they used to. I could use some hugs right now and fill that 2nd person in on Snapchat filters. It’s hard to do with a 3-meter distance, rockers. I am totally telling you it’s a challenge. It’s almost undoable. So I used this article to take […]
George Bernard Shaw once said ‘all progress depends on not being reasonable’. The planet needs unreasonableness for climate action from every angle, and it needs it now.
Since the danish elections last week, the world has looked greener and more democratic. The night was pretty euphoric to me. Not only did the ‘lefties’ end up gaining majorly to form a government, but the whole election also became centered on climate movement. In fact, the numbers around the elections where just out this […]
Yesterday, I decided to meet personally with a Swedish friend of mine. We had a mindblowing conversation about what people and businesses are capable of, especially facilitated by technology, and other people. To give you a bit of a backstory, I first met her when she hired me as a consultant to a Danish insurance […]