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Job creation and transition
Air pollution from industry production
Denmark’s green transition holds many stories of being faced with a challenge and choosing to act on its potential for sustainable change. And we felt that they deserved to be told by those, who live them. That’s why we have created Sound of Green.
Each episode, we shed light on a given global challenge that Denmark has turned into an opportunity for fostering green solutions. We do so by inviting experts, solutions providers and action takers to share their knowledge and experiences as inspiration.
Conveyed in a short, accessible format, Sound of Green is for anyone who is curious about how Denmark approaches climate action. You can find all episodes below or on your favorite podcast app:
From floods in Seoul to water scarcity in Cape Town, cities around the world are faced with the challenge of adapting their water management to more extreme and uncertain climate conditions.
With cities being hot spots for water crises, Sound of Green kicks off in the summer of 2011 when Copenhagen experienced the most destructive cloudburst in the city’s history. The first episode examines how an extreme weather event became the catalyst for a new way of thinking about urban water management.
Clean air in transportation