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What do you do?
Editor, Press Officer
Climate Consortium Denmark
Fields of interest
science, agriculture, health, water, energy, climate change, biodiversity, sustainable development, poverty reduction, engineering, policy
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Am a dedicated journalist, editor and press advisor. Wordaholic, workaholic and impatient - not the least for a global agreement in Copenhagen at COP15. Has a geeky interest for every new technological step that can change our future.
Has a past as a reporter for Reuters and Danish Broadcasting Company.
Am currently working as editor of the Newsletter Climate Answers published by Climate Council Denmark - keeping the subscribers up to date on cleantech solutions and the steps leading to COP15. I am also involved in the Climate Councils educational programme for journalist who wants to get dressed for covering climate issues and COP15. If you are interested, dont hesitate to send an email:

Eva Tingkær's Blog

A press tour to Denmark in August

We at Climate Consortium Denmark are preparing a pre-COP15 press tour with the headline Power Trip to Denmark for journalists from Europe, Asia and United States.

The tour will focus on Denmark as a show case for energy and climate solutions not least due to Denmarks 20 percent integration of wind power in electricity consumption and 12 percent biomass in energy consumption.

The tour will involve meetings and press briefings with:

- Minister for Climate and… Continue

Posted on June 15, 2009 at 14:37

Bikes - an old new trend?

While the car industry is bleeding bike infrastructure is a growing business. Mexico City is just one of the metropols sketching out a new master plan for the revival of the bike in the city's street. And consultancy companies experience a growing demand for knowledge on bike policies.
You can read more at the Climate Consortium news site here

Posted on May 15, 2009 at 14:30 — 1 Comment

Climate Agreement - is it a good investment?

That seem to be the major question for the Industrialised countries that currently are not willing to make a clear statement on their willingsness to finance a climate agreement at the COP15.

Whereas most countries are eager to say that their industries are soaring. But how about turning the argument 180 degrees? The world giant Siemens does that. The German based energy company says that it a global agreement will save us all money - and they see a sales growth of six billion euros… Continue

Posted on May 1, 2009 at 13:00

News you can use on the path to COP15

We at Climate Consortium Denmark have given birth to a new COP15 newsletter. The newsletter called Climate Answers will provide you with news and feature stories about the UN Climate Conference in Copenhagen in December, COP15 and about the wide variety of Danish Cleantech solutions (you can subscribe here).

Denmark is not only hosting the COP15, but is also home to a range of energy solutions that work as… Continue

Posted on March 30, 2009 at 11:37

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At 15:08 on May 15, 2009, Shahidul Islam Chowdhury said…
I read the Bike story. timeworthy.
Shahid, Dhaka
At 17:26 on March 21, 2009, Shahidul Islam Chowdhury said…
Dear Eva
I have travelled your site. It's good and informative. keep in touch.


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