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Denmark still suffering from the international financial crisis of 2008

Even though the majority of the key figures are normalised the country is still experiencing drop in housing prices and lower investments By Mads...
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The Danish pork industry is changing

The world’s fourth largest exporter of pork is experiencing a heavy increase in its export of live pigs and piglets.

The future solutions of food waste in Scandinavia

By Henriette Bertheussen Isachsen In the EU, around 88 million tonnes of food waste are generated annually. In an effort to reduce food waste...
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Faith and Feminism: Is it possible?

By Bella Filacuridi Sherin Khankan founded the first female-led mosque in Copenhagen and is one of the two female imams at the Mariam mosque....

Fatima Osborne: ‘It is important to talk about internal things within minorities’

Fatima Osborne works as an optometrist, she lives in Copenhagen and moreover, she is a Danish citizen with Somali background. We met at the...

Seoul can look to Copenhagen for inspiration on combating heat problems

A green future could be part of the solution for the hot urban areas of South Korea.  By Jeppe Højmark Mikkelsen and Hyun Joon...

Coffeenomics : How much time do you spend on a cup of coffee?

By Hyun Joon Lee   One of the world most expensive Coffee in Copenhagen? Copenhagen is usually regarded as the city one of the...

‘Niqab Protest’ without Niqab : A French millionaire’s lonely shout

By Hyun Joon Lee On September 11, Rachid Nekkaz, a French businessman and human rights activist, held a demonstration against so-called the anti-Niqab fines...

Copenhagen champions the sustainability movement: How does Australia stack up?

Denmark’s interactive Climate Safari exhibition signifies a national push to engage the youth in renewable energy practices, but research suggests Australia might be falling...

Danish debate: Are religious people happier?

A new report claims “highly-religious” people in Nordic countries are happier than “non-religious” and “moderately-religious” groups. However, the topic of religion in Denmark is...