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Green restart

Learn how we can implement green solutions on a greater scale that will lead the sustainable transformation to limit climate change.

  • How we can build our way out of the crisis
    Buildings and the construction of them account for over one-third of final energy consumption throughout the world and nearly 40% of total direct and indirect CO2 emissions. Read more.
  • Why industry needs a reset - and how to do it
    COVID-19 brought slowed the activity of otherwise busy factories and made cities look like ghost towns as health precautions kept workers in their homes and supply chain disruptions challenged production for many big industries.
  • Sustainable mobility for a Green Restart
    The COVID-19 crisis has had a severe impact across the globe, not just from a health but also from a societal and economic perspective. Alleviating and recovering from the pandemic must be at the top of anyone’s agenda: we need to boost economies, (re-) creating sustainable jobs and growth across the EU.
  • 3 ways district energy supports countries´ green recovery post-coronavirus
    Sustainable, efficient energy infrastructure, alongside building efficiency retrofit, are investments that can support countries boosting economic growth and mitigating climate change. The district energy sector can take up the challenge.
  • Climate emergency: how our cities can inspire change
    Our cities are growing rapidly in terms of inhabitants and the space they occupy. Every minute, we add 10,000 square metres of city space. Every five days, we build a new Paris. Each year, the total size of Japan.
  • Ravichandran Purushothaman, President of Danfoss India
    Energy, food and leaky pipes: how to solve India's water crisis
    The global water crisis is not a new story. Every year, I review statistics that are becoming all too familiar: an expected 40% gap in the global water supply, the 2.1 billion people who lack access to safe drinking water and the fact that water has ranked in the top five risks for eight consecutive years in the World Economic Forum’s Global Risk Report.