Thousands of cities, big and small, around the world have embraced the green movement over the last few years, with many more following their lead. From innovative recycling programs to adding more green space, it actually is becoming easy to be green around the world.
Like all of us, I've been enchanted by that dream of happily ever after -- and yes, this wedding crown is one reason why.
If you like your food served hanging from the ceiling, or using rubber gloves instead of forks, you should definitely visit the Copenhagen based experimental dining experience I'm a Kombo.
It's a sad time for the climate. It's enough to make an iceberg melt. That's because everyone is stealing emails from everyone else.
I have sometimes described bringing Literary Death Match to a new city as taking a hammer to a fresh sheet of ice, then following the cracks until they dead end.
In a country of $7-a-gallon fuel and high taxes, electric cars are making inroads -- and I wanted to take one for a test drive.
Crossposted with TheGreenGrok.com.Steady as we go with energy but definitely not on our climate target. Presidential Disconnect? A little more than tw...
Not every attraction in Europe is world-class. Quite a few don't live up to the hype.
During the last 10 years, the Danish capital Copenhagen has been gradually taken over by sushi restaurants. Today you see them everywhere, almost as ubiquitous as shawarma or pizza take away joints.
Does the Durban Platform really "set a new course for the global fight against climate change"? Maybe, but it will require a whole lot of work by the likes of the United States and China to keep the world on that course.
Copenhagen has ambitions to increase the number of two-wheeled-commuters to 50% by 2015, and I hope they achieve it. Even more, I hope their progress sends a message far beyond Denmark and encourages the rest of the world to adopt pedal power, the ever-renewable-energy source.
The big question in Durban is whether an extraordinarily obstructive Obama administration is days away from killing this process and burying its corpse next to the Doha round of trade talks. The stakes really are that high.
Two weeks of international climate negotiations begin today in Durban, South Africa. These are the Seventeenth Conference of the Parties (COP-17) of ...
We were supposed to get a fair, ambitious, and binding international agreement on climate change in 2009. A binding agreement has thus become the yardstick for measuring success.
In the world of high gastronomy, there is nothing more current than the New Nordic Cuisine. It is - right now - the pinnacle of contemporary cooking.
I appreciated Noma's insistence on creativity; its particular breed of innovation demands active participation. Every course requires the diner to use his hands.