Posts Tagged 'denmark'

Solutions from Copenhagen: Interview with the Mayor

Governing the rich world’s greenest capital city is Frank Jensen’s day job. In our moment with the man who has overseen a sustained rise in bike modal share in Copenhagen, we asked a question that goes beyond the better-known metrics: how does Denmark build the consensus that is required to think and plan long-term, and to make collective sacrifices for the collective good?

I’m one of those obnoxious people who is proud of not having a television, but I nevertheless found out that this aired Tuesday and am quite taken with it. CNN came to our city to talk about how the Copenhagenization of cities can occur, and I’m pleased that the piece actually highlights why cycling here […]