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

Understandings of the coastline do not need to stop at the surface of the water – Seeing things under the water can create whole new levels of experiences and knowledge

Illustration of high waves approaching a city – People looking out of windows saying “we are not ready ”

Illustration of a community working together to stop their town from being flooded by water – texted and non texted version

Construction machines making their way to build coastal barriers and a lady standing on the beach worried about the looks of it

Drawing of a man sitting up in an apartment fishing from the balcony

Drawing of a man with smartphone on the beach while houses are flooded around him

Building made to be resistant against flooding and sea level rise

Idea for way to combine walls against rising seas with harvesting electrical energy from waves

Blue long fish drawing – sharp teeth

Five points when experts explain the problem of plastic pollution in the sea

Much of the plastic in the oceans enter from the rivers but it can be stopped if we work hard to innovate new ways to do it

Drawing of a fish surrounded by plastic waste and micro beads

Walking along the sea while the storm alfrida approached land. Log 1. January 2019 - illustration by Frits Ahlefeldt

Logbook 1. January 2019 – Started the year walking along the beach while the wind grew stronger and the storm “Alfrida” is approaching the coastline

Photo of cave exit along the Bornholm Coast trail, photo by Frits Ahlefeldt

Logbook – Four days of hiking the Bornholm coast trail in the Baltic Sea 120 km. / 71 Miles

Watercolor of North Bornholm with the text Bornholm in the background. painting by Frits Ahlefeldt

Watercolor sketch Bornholm Hiking

illustration of house deserted and closed, drawing by Frits Ahlefeldt

Ink sketch of an old abandoned house by the sea

illustration of girl hiking along the sea, art by Frits Ahlefeldt

Logbook 14 March – girl walking along the sea under seagulls question

Going back to restart my walk around Denmark and also to find a small pebble