Home means different things to different people. In Denmark it also includes another thing – hygge. The it-factor without which no serious home is complete. Just before I board the Qatar Airways plane that will deliver me to Aarhus, Denmark’s second largest city, an immigration official at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (Nairobi, Kenya) queries, “Where are…
Emilie Nicolas, Norwegian musical surprise, came to Aarhus to entertain with her beautiful voice and a really high quality sound. Our reviewer, Mara Landa Martínez, gives her a four out of six for her performance at Radar this weekend.
Weighing only a tenth of a gram, they are one of the most vital animals to our ecosystem. However, due to man-made factors, the worldwide bee population is declining. Bistad in Aarhus tries to raise public awareness.
“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”.
With festivals like SPOT and Northside, which opens today, Aarhus has seen a growth in tourism in the past few years – good news for hotels, bars and shops owners
Denmark’s citizenship laws are some of the most restrictive in Europe, and double citizenship is almost never permitted. But that will change next year, after political agreement to allow double citizenship this week.
Denmark and Argentina have much in common, says sustainability champion Christian Tiscornia. Jutland Station reports on these similarities, and on how Danes can move away from ‘green-washing’.
As Denmark comes under international scrutiny for its household debts levels, less positive aspects of the property boom in Aarhus start to show up
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.