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Memo to Hillary Clinton: What’s Not to Like About Denmark?
Dear Hillary Clinton, You looked so proud of yourself when you threw Denmark under the bus at last week’s presidential debate. You couldn’t wait to jump all over Bernie Sanders’ suggestion that the United States should look to Denmark, Sweden, and Norway as models of free health care, free...
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To Offer In-Depth Look at Issue, This Paper Gave Refugees Full Editorial Control
'Today it is the refugees who speak to us'
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Strong Words, But Little Action at Arctic Summit
While participants emphasised engagement from affected communities, the summit itself did not manifest engagement with those communities
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Fracking with the Happy People
How the search for shale gas is exposing cracks in Denmark's showcase democracy
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Sue for the Climate: Will a Dutch Court Kickstart a Wave of Action?
In 2009, The Guardian published a cartoon depicting a tormented old man with a haggard-looking girl sitting on his lap, who asks him: “Grandpa, what did you do in the war against climate change?” One dad can reply, “Well, honey, I was the first to sue my government for it.” That might just qualify...
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Copenhagen Gunman, Known to Intelligence Services, Killed By Police
Suspect 'may have been inspired by the events in Paris some weeks ago '
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Paving Path Towards Climate Goal, Denmark Sets World Record for Wind Power
'It shows that we can reach our ultimate goal, namely to stop global warming,' said climate minister.
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On a Top-Heavy Planet, Nordic Nations Show Path to Healthier Wealth Equity
Income gaps and wealth concentration go hand in hand, new global stats make clear. With one exception.
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Proving Power of Renewables, Wind Making Dirty Fuels Obsolete in Northern Europe
In the face of increased renewable energy and lower electricity prices, Nordic coal- and gas-fired plants are shutting down
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