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Sustainability

How To Rise Up To Huge Opportunities

We’re in times that are both challenging but also filled with opportunities. I am grateful for this global time-out because there’s something in it that has to teach us something bigger as humanity. It’s a horrible horrible way for us to learn though. So many lives lost, so many numbers thrown at us daily and […]

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Sustainability

Self-Sufficiency: Live More Like Grandma

At the Punkborough there’s a patch of about 12 square meters that has two metal frames sticking up from the ground. It’s something that has been constructed at the shipyard in Helsingør by my great grandfather when he built the house back in the 50s. Those metal frames are to strip plastic rope in between […]

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Creativity Sustainability

My Personal Combination Of Fashion, Revolutions, and Sustainability

Are you working within revolutions and sustainability? First off, if you haven’t been introduced to Fashion Revolution you should check out their manifesto. Fashion revolution week is what I would call a ‘fashion industry bashing’ that’s needed. This is where the social good fashion rockers look at the fashion industry and sustainability as a whole […]

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Activism Books Sustainability

A Poem To Cows, Food And Climate Action

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 […]

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Impact Sustainability

Halfway Into The Decade Of Action

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 […]

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Impact Sustainability

Combining Technologies For A Better Future

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 […]

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Impact Sustainability

Being A +SocialGood Connector

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 […]

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Impact Sustainability

Do Not Be Reasonable: On Climate Action

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.

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Business Impact Sustainability

New Beginnings in Sustainability

This is my first article here since May 2014, how I’ve missed it. It is as if I’m back to when I was still embracing new beginnings. I’ve missed the WordPress backend. I’ve missed connecting with you.  Those of you who don’t know it yet, I have been ill for almost a year and I […]

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Business Entrepreneurship Sustainability

Web Of Things Giveaway: Are You Dreaming Of Winning A Changer Starter Kit In-Time For Christmas?

Last month, when I was at the Pioneers Festival in Vienna, Austria, I hung out a lot with Daniela Schiffer from changers.com. Little did she know that I had a somewhat hidden agenda! That’s right, I’ve been snooping around. My hidden agenda was to get to try the changer starter kit out in the Nordics […]