After 85 years of production, Lego has announced plans to make new pieces from plant-based plastic instead
This year, at the annual COP23 climate conference, Denmark renewed its pledge to end its reliance on coal for the purposes of producing electricity by 2030.
A new deal calling for further cooperation in the offshore wind energy sector has been signed by the US and Denmark, thanks to a fairly positive view of wind energy within the Trump Administration, according to recent reports.
Danish wind energy giant DONG Energy announced its plans to divest its upstream oil and gas business for $1.05 billion.
The total output from the investments by the LEGO Group in renewables now exceeds the energy consumed at all LEGO factories, stores, and offices globally.
Showcasing the power of human collaboration at an international level, Germany, Denmark, and the Netherlands hope to work together to build an Island Hub to help harness offshore wind power.
A new study shows the number of bikes in Copenhagen is now officially higher than the number of cars. Over the last year, an additional 35,080 bikes have been tallied, resulting in a total bike count of 265,700.
As a consequence of political complications in relation to Denmark’s entry into the European Common Market in 1972, Denmark began to seek a different status for Greenland, resulting in the Home Rule Act of 1979. This gave Greenland its own legislature taking control of some internal policies.
As a reaction to the growing self-government and independence movements, Denmark granted the Faroe Islands home-rule on 30 March 1948.
Faroese is a North Germanic language spoken as a first language by about 72,000 people. It is one of five languages descended from Old West Norse spoken in the Middle Ages.