Spring is coming: How to spot edible plants in the Aarhus wild

Spring is coming: How to spot edible plants in the Aarhus wild »

16 Mar, 2017
SocietySustainability

It’s almost spring, and the dry, cold forest will once again turn into lush green as the season

Preventing food waste: The new trend

Preventing food waste: The new trend »

13 Mar, 2017
SocietySustainability

Food waste is becoming a thing of the past in Denmark. Various initiatives have been put in place to reduce food waste

Reuse gives old items a second chance

Reuse gives old items a second chance »

 

“Give what you have, take what you can use!”

One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. Reuse is a recycling facility in

Producing gourmet mushrooms from coffee waste

Producing gourmet mushrooms from coffee waste »

The Aarhus-based project that puts sustainable living in the spotlight and reinforces the idea that young people can make a difference

Rå Varer: Denmark’s first package-free store opens in Aarhus

Rå Varer: Denmark’s first package-free store opens in Aarhus »

by Anna Ferrari

“I had no idea that such a huge amount of people was coming”.  Janne Wohlfeil takes a small break

Turning greenhouse gases green

Turning greenhouse gases green »

by Marlis Stubenvoll

CO2 is the classical antagonist of sustainability – until now. New research from Aarhus could turn the driver of climate

The Yes Men visit Aarhus

The Yes Men visit Aarhus »

The world famous activists makes an appearance at Doc Lounge Aarhus and Godsbanen.

The Yes Men are known for their wild spoofs of

Who let the cows out?

Who let the cows out? »

22 Apr, 2015
Sustainability

Last Sunday was a very special day…for cows! Is the day they all have been dreaming of during the long, dark winter nights, crowded together in their cold stable: The Økodag!

People’s Kitchen feeds mouths, builds community

People’s Kitchen feeds mouths, builds community »

There’s no such thing as free lunch, but free dinner there is. The People’s Kitchen is a community event in Aarhus where people cook together using unsold vegetables from farmer’s markets – and it’s totally free.

Clothing swap emphasizes sustainability, not money

Clothing swap emphasizes sustainability, not money »

It was a secondhand market like any other – except you could bring as much as you wanted, take as much as you wanted, and no money changed hands.