Photo essays

Essays and short visuals presenting solutions to, and the effects of, climate change

Sixty-two per cent of people living in Copenhagen cycle to work or school, pedalling 1.44 million kilometres every day. The city has invested more than €40 per head in bike infrastructure07/October/2019

Pedal power

Sixty-two per cent of people living in Copenhagen cycle to work or school, pedalling 1.44 million kilometres every day. The city has invested more than €40 per head in bike infrastructure
Architects in Copenhagen are creating islands to offer a new way for inhabitants and visitors to explore their connection to the city's coastal waters07/October/2019

The big picture

Architects in Copenhagen are creating islands to offer a new way for inhabitants and visitors to explore their connection to the city's coastal waters
Essay: The Netherlands aims to reduce carbon footprint of their tomatoes and tulips07/May/2019

Tomatoes & Tulips

Essay: The Netherlands aims to reduce carbon footprint of their tomatoes and tulips
07/May/2019

The big picture

Short visual: Before air conditioning, buildings in hot countries were designed to keep their inhabitants cool. But over time technical solutions have replaced architectural prowess. Technology keeps temperatures down, but pushes up greenhouse gas emissions, contributing to climate change.
The all women Finnish Wind Power Association offers a breath of fresh air in the male-dominated world of the energy industry25/September/2018

A breath of fresh air

Essay: The all women Finnish Wind Power Association offers a breath of fresh air in the male-dominated world of the energy industry
15/September/2018

The big picture

Short visual: Technicians carry out a sky-high check of wind turbine blades in Lindenberg near Berlin, Germany.
15/August/2018

The big picture

Short visual: The GC Prostho Museum and Research Centre in Aichi Prefecture, Japan is an eye-catching example of what can be achieved with timber
City of light and people28/March/2018

City of people and light

Essay: Integrating energy efficiency and human well-being into architecture and urban planning, creates green liveable cities like Copenhagen
14/November/2017

Vanishing coast

Essay: Visualizing climate change on the Cape coast
14/November/2017

The big picture

Short visual: The Arctic has lost more than half its volume of sea ice over the past three decades and three-quarters of the sea area that was once frozen is now open water
07/July/2017

The rabalder skate park

Essay: Skate park doubling as flash flood defense
07/July/2017

The big picture

Short visual: Utilizing an urban rooftop to create an outdoor exercise area
17/March/2017

Winds of change

Essay: The power of wind energy
17/March/2017

The big picture

Short visual: ØsterGro Rooftop Farm in Copenhagen is an example of a growing trend for urban green rooftops. Some cities have even made them part of their sustainability plans
11/October/2016

Progress

Essay: Building EnergyLab Nordhavn
11/October/2016

The big picture

Short visual: A steady increase of cloudbursts warrants climate adaptation projects
23/June/2016

Blue Haven

Essay: Clean harbour allows for urban seawater bathing facility
20/June/2016

The big picture

Short visual: Two new wind turbines produce enough power for 18.000 households
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