by Marlis Stubenvoll
CO2 is the classical antagonist of sustainability – until now. New research from Aarhus could turn the driver of climate
The world famous activists makes an appearance at Doc Lounge Aarhus and Godsbanen.
The Yes Men are known for their wild spoofs of
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!
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.
Denmark without waste, how a country changed the pattern of the amount of waste generated with an efficient recycling system.
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’.
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 in Aarhus with an array of environmental documentaries. Jutland Station sat down with a bucket of
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.