Presentation in Copenhagen! May 14th

Updated: Mar 26

How do ordinary people live in Angola and Nicaragua? What do researchers in Congo and Antarctica do? What are the coolest and latest initiatives in sustainable development and "green" technologies in Africa – are they maybe building a "green" wall around the Sahara? (Spoilers – yes, it is actually being built). And what about the Arctic - how is life and work there?

I am ready to equip an expedition that will last approx. 4 years to find answers to these and many other questions and tell you all about the countries that fall in the ranges between the following meridians: 0 ° -30 ° and 90 ° -60 ° (see picture). I am also ready to tell about project "Meridian" on a warm Tuesday evening at café Globen on May 14th in Copenhagen.

"Meridian" is a vertical transglobal ethnographic expedition with a focus on promotion and implementation of the 17 UN's Sustainable Development Goals. In short, I must visit these countries and popularize the scientific work in the field. The purpose is to promote countries in a fascinating way, to tell and show what scientists in the local research institutions are working on, and what progress they are making in achieving the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.

You are very welcome to join in for the planning of this amazing adventure and contribute with ideas that will certainly come true! See you there!



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