Drawing of process from garden cut off to feeding living house with organic material and extracting new soil
Every year garden owners throw out thousand of tons of perfectly good and bio rich tree and garden cut off – Could we mimic river flooding and use all this to create amazing biodiversity hotspots close to our cities?
Walking along the coast is a great way to get the kids offline and to relate both to each other and to the landscape
Creating networks and open innovation along the coastline is key to find ways to support the thrive of local communities and biodiversity, and help us all face local and global challenges like sea level rise and pollution
Seeing places in different ways – sketch of three different types of visitors – The Outdoor type, The cultural Type and the Eating Type
Sometimes local communities find ways to use smartphones, apps and maps to find ways to connect and be together in better ways, that both support interaction, builds trust and protects biodiversity
Logbook 4. Jan. The world famous cartoonist Zapiro came to Copenhagen, I went with my sketchpad, to hear him talk about doing cartoons since the 1980s – And the challenges to it
Illustration of a community working together to stop their town from being flooded by water – texted and non texted version
Drawing of a man with smartphone on the beach while houses are flooded around him
Idea for way to combine walls against rising seas with harvesting electrical energy from waves
It is more difficult to create circular reality – than to talk about it. But we slowly starting to find ways to do circular economy
Five points when experts explain the problem of plastic pollution in the sea
Can we find alternatives to single use plastic – even grow our future packaging in wood or other biodegradable materials?