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Denmark Makes its Mark
by Robert Fortunato on October 1st, 2010 2 Comments

I am honored to be a lecturer at an innovation school in Denmark.  The school, interestingly called KaosPilot, is doing amazing things in the world and is at the cutting edge of social and business innovation.

Half way through my week long series of lectures, one of their former students, Lukas Wassberg, very kindly offered to give me a tour of Friland, an eco village where he and his wife recently completed building a house.

I am blown away by the sustainable nature of their building practices and the philosophy behind it.  We have a lot to learn from them.

Yes, this shed is made out of waste shells!

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2 Responses to “Denmark Makes its Mark”

  1. […] me  to a place in Denmark that is on the cutting edge of sustainability (see: Samso and Friland for examples).  This year the trip was to the city of Frederikshavn, a place that I found on the […]

  2. […] see the future of sustainable towns and cities as well as thei technologies.  See prior posts for Friland, Samso, Fredrikshavn and we also went to see the Home for […]

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