Be inspired by green initiatives in Denmark – the Land of Everyday Wonder

Sustainability is a high priority in Denmark – especially when it comes to meetings and events. But leave it to the Danes to also lead the way when it comes to making sustainability inspirational, innovative and, well, fun!

Patrik Gustavsson, Copenhill, Copenhagen and Oyster Safari Wadden Sea (Photo credits: Jacob Hansen)

Patrik Gustavsson, Copenhill, Copenhagen and Oyster Safari Wadden Sea (Photo credits: Jacob Hansen)

 Patrik Gustavsson, Copenhill, Copenhagen (Photo credit: Jacob Hansen)

 Patrik Gustavsson, Copenhill, Copenhagen (Photo credit: Jacob Hansen)

Creative solutions and cutting-edge ideas are how the Danes do business in the Land of Everyday Wonder.

There are many examples of how the Danes combine creative thinking and sustainability. In the dynamic capital city of Copenhagen, Patrik Gustavsson explains how the world-renowned architect Bjarke Engels envisioned a place where sustainability meets outdoor activities at Copenhill – the world’s only ski slope built on top of a waste energy plant. Surely the best example there is of combining fun and going green!

Oyster safari at the Wadden Sea (Photo credit: Jacob Hansen)

Oyster safari at the Wadden Sea (Photo credit: Jacob Hansen)

By the Wadden Sea, on Denmark’s east coast and a UNESCO World Heritage site, Jesper Voss, Oyster King of Denmark, enjoys sharing his sustainable activities by encouraging delegates to swap the conference room for sea air on an oyster safari. This exciting activity is a great way to engage with nature and try sustainable delicacies straight from the seabed.

Learn more about sustainability in Denmark and how it can add wonder to your next event.