This is what Denmark looks like in the year 2050
Read the newly published publications showing four scenarios of Denmark in 2050. The project DK2050 set out to create a qualified, national debate on the subject of how to create a sustainable society and sustainable urban living by 2050. The four extensive publications tell the story and the results of the project. They are now available to download and read.
10 Danish municipalities have started the important debate on how Danish cities and urban regions can navigate and work towards a well-balanced Denmark as we reach 2050. The four extensive publications present the story and results of the project. They are now available in English. The project is developed and managed by The Danish Architecture Centre.
"Partnerships for a greener Denmark in 2050" is written by The Danish Architecture Centre and gives an introduction to the DK2050-project.
"Green growth in Denmark towards 2050 - Four future scenarios" by DAMVAD and Kairos Future deals with the question of how to make a green transition - to lower the C02 emission - without impacting the growth and quality of life in Denmark negatively.
"Metrics of green conversation" by Rambøll describes the current state of affairs in Denmark regarding the areas transport, energy supply, resources and water. This outline is used to present possible drafts of a state of affairs in 2050 for each of the four scenarios laid out in "Green growth in Denmark towards 2050 - Four future scenarios".
In "Snapshots of the future Denmark" the three architecture companies MUTOPIA, WE architecture and SLETH interpret the four scenarios of DAMVAD and Kairos Future and Rambøll's assessments from an architectural point of view. The publication consists of maps and illustrations that show the effects each scenario may have on Danish cities, regions and the country as a whole in 2050.
Last updated Friday, August 21, 2015