Confession of an environmental planner – the 3 biggest lies of climate change

You’ve been lied to. We all have. I’ve been working with environmental management since 2007’ish. Almost a decade now. A lot has changed, thankfully. Though it might seem gloomy, we are making progress as a whole. Throughout the years, however, there are key subjects that keep resurfacing in my work with climate change communication. There […]

You have global DNA – and it can impact climate change action

This video is circling the internet today and it resonated vastly with a thought I was having this morning. You can no longer isolate yourself in your own country, shut the blinds on the global community and not care. Every week, several times a week, there a devastating news abut the impacts of climate change. […]

Environmental preservation or preventing necrophile rapist ducks – know your audience

Yes, that’s an actual headline. The following post will involve necrophile rapist ducks. When you’ve read this post, you’ll know what you can do to make your target audience act more environmentally friendly, and how to use it in your work/daily life. And yes, there is a connection to rapist ducks.    Did you ever feed ducks as a child? […]

How do you measure the importance of a political issue? If it airs on Netflix.

Ladies and gents, I present to you the global acceptance of climate change and the policies needed to avoid local and global energy crises. Now brought to you in prime time.   There is a telling moment at the end of the first episode of Occupied, the highly entertaining new Norwegian TV political thriller, now available […]


Kickstarting the future – The role of crowdfunding in green tech

The following is a short post about the role of crowdfunding in sustainable innovation.   A few weeks back, I shared a post about this Kickstarter project, about the world’s first mass produced edible cutlery on Linked-in. Seeing it reach its goal makes my heart overflow with joy. Imagine eating your favorite fast food dish, and […]