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Food from thin air. Almost.

Food production: The newly explored "air food" does not contain soy, hormones, pesticides, herbicides or genetically modified organisms. And the manufacturing process, which is carbon negative, can reduce traditional food production – which currently causes a third of the world's CO2 emissions.

Crystals, algae and ocean currents

Energi: MODERN TIMES's commentator Ole Seifert will in the future regularly deal with ecological technology and innovations. Various innovations in energy and power are presented here: ocean current turbines, solar power with ferroelectric crystals, hemp batteries and mechanical storage of excess power – which replaces batteries.

Glasglow – the spark in the Paris Agreement

CLIMATE: In the perspective of poor coal-intensive countries: Why should not the rich stop selling oil and gas – and let the poor continue to burn coal? Will the transmission of democracy now be to blame for the doom of the earth?

The three ecologies

Climate & Environment: What connects the city of Siracusa with the UN and a French philosopher?

Creative destruction

Find Arne Jørgensen: recycling

GARBAGE: Norway is not equipped for textile sorting. Although we sort rubbish, we are nowhere near places in Japan that can recycle in 34 different categories. The goal is that the municipalities are not left with any waste – and without garbage trucks!

Restructuring Directions?

COPENHAGEN: Cities choose to take on a leading role in the fight for the climate.

Global cooling alarmism

Rex J Fleming: The Rise and Fall of The Carbon Dioxide Theory of Climate Change

COLDER TIMES: Forget global warming. CO2 does not affect the temperature of the Earth. Around 2030, on the contrary, with reduced solar activity, it may get colder.


ENVIRONMENT: New Extinction Rebellion should be taken seriously.

The military – an environmental pollution

: Military activity threatens, ultimately, our entire existence.