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The airtight building without controlled ventilation impacts on all living beings. Poor air affects your brain and health. Vent2U has developed a method that brings better air quality into your nostrills. It uses less airflow and pressure, it creates a better indoor environment. It is smaller and uses less energy. Therefore it can be used as a retrofit for a better indoor environment and lower the consumtion.
With a PPA, Chr. Hansen and Better Energy take responsibility for adding entirely new renewable energy to the Danish electricity system. Energi Danmark’s role will be to balance both the consumer and the producer as well as manage price risks and ensure Chr. Hansen’s desire to create a green balance with their consumption.
Imagine a carpet made from recycled materials embracing and achieving the principles of cradle-to-cradle in every aspect of production. ege®, a foresighted carpet manufacturer from Herning, Denmark, has since 1938 kept up with time, constantly improving production practices aligned with the company’s CSR objectives and is now able to produce a 100 per cent recycled carpet.
Challenge: The City of Frederiksberg in Denmark is a very popular place to live. It is the city in Northern Europe with the highest population density, resulting in high temperatures and traffic. The area around Langeland Square has one of the highest temperatures in the area, and as it is located next to a large […]
Worldwide, the climate is changing mainly due to too much CO2 emitted into the atmosphere. At the same time, 91% of the world’s population lives in places where air pollution exceeds WHO guideline limits resulting in 4.2 million premature deaths each year.
Vejle Municipality includes the public in its vision for urban development, city experiments, and architecture. CityLab is part of a knowledge centre, where the municipality continuously works to create economic, social, and health benefits for its citizens and society. This is realised through holistic urban development, urban experiments, and multi-disciplinary projects, involving private and public partners. The exhibition site provides the public and other stakeholders of the city with the opportunity to experience and contribute to the development of their future city, an aspect praised by investors.
Krifa has chosen a solution with a living plant wall because they want something organic that can help stabilize the humidity in the indoor environment. The choice fell on Natural Greenwalls largely because the system is simple, safe and service-friendly.