30 Jan '16, 4pm

Will Denmark Become the World's First 100% Organic Country?

“In order to achieve our goals, which are the most ambitious in the West, the public sector needs to lead the way,” Food and Agriculture Minister Dan Jørgensen told The Local Denmark. “With Økologiplan Danmark [Organic Denmark], we will strengthen cooperation between municipalities, regions and ministries with a long line of new initiatives. We will commit ourselves to, among other things, have more organic items on the menu in canteens, hospitals and daycare institutions.”

Full article: https://ecowatch.com/2016/01/30/denmark-organic-food/

Tweets

Will Denmark Become the World's First 100% Orga...

ecowatch.com 30 Jan '16, 3pm

“In order to achieve our goals, which are the most ambitious in the West, the public sector needs to lead the way,” Food a...

We Have Got To Go! The world's first 100% #Sola...

inhabitat.com 30 Jan '16, 2pm

The world's first 5-star resort to be completely powered by solar proves that luxury does not have to be sacrificed in the...

The world’s first 100% solar-powered five-star ...

inhabitat.com 29 Jan '16, 8pm

The world's first 5-star resort to be completely powered by solar proves that luxury does not have to be sacrificed in the...

California school becomes first in the country to serve 100 percent organic lunches

California school becomes first in the country ...

mnn.com 01 Feb '16, 8pm

While students around the country complain about their school lunches , students who attend schools within Sausalito Marin...

Getting on the first page of Google...

Getting on the first page of Google...

123-reg.co.uk 29 Jan '16, 11am

While these things can help influence your chances of getting sitelinks, the truth is the only thing you can actually mana...

Najib proven wrong his twin mega scandals no mo...

blog.limkitsiang.com 30 Jan '16, 11pm

The Sembrong Parliamentary constituency which covers the two State Assembly seats of Kahang and Paloh is the 75th parliame...

Why Bitcoin Will Thrive First in the Developing...

wired.com 02 Feb '16, 1pm

Explaining the appeal of bitcoin to the average American isn’t easy. Here in the US, it’s not terribly hard to save, spend...

Jordan: new 100 MW Quweira PV farm given green ...

pv-magazine.com 30 Jan '16, 2am

Jordan: new 100 MW Quweira PV farm given green light 13. January 2016 | Financial & Legal Affairs , Global PV markets , In...

Last Man Standing’s cast talk about the show turning 100 tonight! https://t.co/trYVRHRiua

Last Man Standing’s cast talk about the show tu...

seriouslyomg.com 29 Jan '16, 8pm

It is getting rarer and rarer for a broadcast show to hit the 100 episode milestone and tonight at 8p on ABC, Last Man Sta...

Bitcoin will thrive first in the developing wor...

wired.com 02 Feb '16, 3pm

Explaining the appeal of bitcoin to the average American isn’t easy. Here in the US, it’s not terribly hard to save, spend...

Daihatsu to become full subsidiary of Toyota – small car operations to be enhanced via global strategy https://t.co/QROJ8p1NPv

Daihatsu to become full subsidiary of Toyota – ...

paultan.org 29 Jan '16, 10am

It’s confirmed, Daihatsu is set to become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Toyota through a share exchange that will be comple...

The Country's Cleanest Yellow School Bus Is All...

greencarreports.com 29 Jan '16, 4pm

Stephen Edelstein 2,060 views Jan 29, 2016 Starcraft e-Quest XL electric school bus Enlarge Photo Electric passenger cars ...

The Country's Cleanest Yellow School Bus Is All...

greencarreports.com 29 Jan '16, 12pm

Stephen Edelstein 714 views Jan 29, 2016 Starcraft e-Quest XL electric school bus Enlarge Photo Electric passenger cars ge...

Denmark preps for climate change by building pa...

grist.org 27 Jan '16, 1am

The Danes may be among the happiest people in the world , but it’s going to take more than a good attitude to prepare for ...

Canada, Denmark wage 'whisky war' on the rocks

Canada, Denmark wage 'whisky war' on the rocks

mnn.com 07 Feb '16, 3pm

Yet despite the rising stakes, there are signs of thawing relations. The foreign ministers of Canada and Denmark reportedl...