“90% of the food served at Aarhus University’s canteens will be organic by 2020.” Kristina Kristensen, the new director of the Studenterhusfonde revealed her “green mind”.
We met the Chairman of the central Jutland region, one of the most powerful politicians in Denmark. So why have we never heard of him before?
Our Canadian columnist frequently feels like a ‘klaphat’ when faced with the complexities of Danish society. This week she says goodbye to the country, feeling a less like a klaphat than when she first came.
Jutland Station chats with the lead-author of the latest United Nations IPCC report on climate change ad learns that he’s happy to be making some pretty worrisome scientific discoveries.
This weekend’s SustaIN Festival treated its festival-goers with an array of environmental docs. Jutland Station sat down with a bucket of non-GMO popcorn and saw inspiring films on: ice, rubbish and porn.
A fashion show promoted by upcoming Danish designers in Aarhus this week tried to prove that it is possible to combine a good-looking style with sustainability.
Klaphat means ‘idiot’ in Danish, and that’s what our Canadian columnist frequently feels like when faced with the complexities of Danish society. This week, the controversial “Voteman” video is on the firing line.
The day the Danes went out to the campus to check out how the government is spending their tax money – and ended up enjoying some fried crickets as a snack
A local NGO is challenging how we think about being environmentally friendly – and the result of their approach is the three day SustaIN Festival, starting in Aarhus tomorrow.
Despite the video clip being taken offline, the media stink following the Danish government’s Monday release of Voteman still lingers.
Video gamer and music appreciator Sebastian Koskinen reports back on a concert that is changing the nature of video game music and orchestral experiences.