We went out yesterday to see the effect of the Earth Hour campaign in the heart of Copenhagen (on Rådhudspladsen). Of course we knew that the best shot we could take of people/buildings turning their lights off is from a helicopter view over the city (or from the roof of some tall building). But when we got to the square, we were surprised to see that only a few buildings shut off the lights, whereas the rest of the buildings were still consuming energy as normal.
Here is the picture of a particular building (the one with the brands on) where you can clearly see the lights went off at exactly 20:30 (except the ground floor)
And this is how the same building (slightly different angle) looks with all the lights on.
Hi folks, here it is; my first post on MyDenmarkTV.com. It’s exciting that we now can also share with you our thoughts and experiences through the blog. Looking back at the journey, what can I say?
Well, so far I have done 6 episodes including the Introduction. It has definitely been a fun but also educational experience! I’m glad to see the show is developing so well, with many more happy viewers It’s quite amazing to look back at the progress considering the fact that we started around 2 months ago! So yes, things do move fast in the online world !
Personally I have been living in Denmark for around 18 years. I love it here and believe it or not, I’ve also learned to love the unpredictable Danish weather (or at least just accept it as it is ). There are so many things that I appreciate about the Danes, the culture and life around here in general. I hope that you will feel the same way too
Just for your info, I will take a break on the show in the next couple of months since I will travel to the US for a 3-month period. But I will still be around … not in front of the camera but definitely in front of the computer …
Take care and don’t forget to visit MyDenmarkTV.com every Wednesday for a new episode !