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The myth of the tree of life

THE MYTH OF THE TREE OF LIFE August 11, 2017 – By Uffe elbæk Uffe Elbæk, political leader of the Danish Alternative Party, has found inspiration in the great European mythology to create this myth about collaboration in a time of climate crisis: Zeus, The Greek god of the heavens, had a dilemma. Ishtar, the

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Holding on and letting go

In Zen archery, there is not only the goal outside yourself. There is also an inner goal that is just as important: Knowing when to let go, not only of the arrow, but also of your attempts to control, define and explain – and in doing that, you begin to discover a self deeper than your mind.

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Japan visit

Japan and Denmark have close cooperation both in industrial and civil society. The energy academy will return to Japan and this time, science and art will be in the heyday of several Japanese art museums

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In Canada

I have always been fascinated by native indians. I couple of years ago i met Christoffer Henderson. He invited to work with an international group on climate change and what to do.

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Cecilie Meyer: Water flows from the periphery to the center

Water flows from the periphery to the center It starts with water and it ends it water: water is one of the resources that is most heavily debated when it comes to climate changes. In some places there is too much water, in other places too little, and it is often in the economical periphery

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Malene Lundén: What is happiness

These days, people talk about the magical attraction of the city – about our need to be in the center, to move away from the periphery. Yet what is it like to go against the tide, to leave the city and embrace the country?

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Towards a new political culture​

When Uffe Elbæk on a street corner in May 2013 decided to form the Alternative Party he initiated an astonishingly persistent movement which came from the periphery with great force: since everything Uffe did was seen as both very different and very wrong, nobody believed that he would succeed. However his project was a success

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Can good and bad art be described?

Can good and bad art be describes? – by Artist and Project Manager, Malene Lundén Former Director of the fine arts museum Aaros, Jens Erik Sørensen, has his own take on how good and bad art can be described. I really like it and therefore have worked with his excellent ‘house’ metaphor here: Good art

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Theme 2017: Resilience

In this article professor Ole Fogh Kirkeby looks at the word ‘fragility’ because we often speak using completely different hard-sounding words when it comes to climate change and the environment.

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