by Justin Salhani Jun 29, 2016
The United States could do well to look at these four nations where serious strides have been made to help people in need.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Jan 26, 2016
Something's rotten in the state of Denmark.
by Justin Salhani Jan 21, 2016
Most refugees, given a chance, prefer self-reliance.
by Natasha Geiling Jan 19, 2016
In 2015, Denmark got almost half its electricity from a single source of renewable energy -- wind.
by Beenish Ahmed Feb 17, 2015
In 2012, nearly one-fourth of about 6,000 Jewish people in eight European Union countries said that they had experienced some form of anti-semitic harassment in the year before the survey.
by Ari Phillips Jul 22, 2014
A new analysis from the government of Denmark’s energy agency found that wind power is by far the cheapest new form of electricity in the country.
by Jeff Spross Jun 30, 2014
By sharing revenue from the European Union's carbon trading system, France thinks it can get less wealthy and more coal-dependent countries on board with Europe-wide cuts to greenhouse gas emissions.
by Jeff Spross Jun 11, 2014
It's the latest European nation, after Denmark, to do so, adding its momentum to efforts in the E.U. parliament, China, and here in the United States.
by Jeff Spross Feb 14, 2014
Agreement in Denmark's parliament cleared the way for a legally binding greenhouse gas emission reduction target of 40 percent below 1990's levels by 2020.
Jun 26, 2013