Sustainability posts

  • One word, six categories – this is our playground!

      • think.dk

    Sustainability is a broad term, and we want to accelerate change in multiple areas of society - our repertoire of activities is therefore distributed over 6 different categories. So, if you need any inspiration on which box to put us in - here you go!

  • Curious about our finances? Have a look!

      • think.dk

    Money rules the world, and as much as we hate this fact we have to play by the rules. To make a difference, we decided to be completely transparent about this: here's a full overview of our income & expenses. Yes, it's tough ;)

  • The Ultimate Guide to Recycling your Trash

      • think.dk

    The intent of this article is to help you understand the importance of recycling in Copenhagen and how your participation creates a positive impact on reducing pollution caused by waste. Most importantly, it gives you a guideline on how to sort your trash effectively step-by-step.

  • This is how we take back control: from the bottom up!

      • think.dk

    Let's generate communities that are vibrant and attractive to live in, which generate employment, are environmentally sustainable and socially cohesive, and in which large numbers of people are involved in decision-making!

  • Do good with your old phone!

      • think.dk

    We all have those messy drawers with unused phones we'll never activate anyways - pass them on and shrink your ecological footprint!

  • Celebrate One Year of Accelerating Change!

      • think.dk

    It's our first birthday - come and celebrate with us! That we're still here, that change can happen if we want it to, and that there is a future for all of us to believe in.

  • Earth Overshoot Day

      • think.dk

    On August 2. 2017, we reached a crucial day for our earth and for all of us that enjoy the pleasures of living on it: Earth Overshoot Day. From now on, we use up our childrens ressources. What can we do?

  • What is Sustainable Change?

      • think.dk

    A sustainable society covers all its needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Even in developed countries, we fail badly to achieve this ambition – not because we can't, but because we either don't care or we simply don't know how.