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The new climate of guidelines: You can save a little bit of the world every day

In new book Climate Guide-Save the world a little every day Anna Fenger Schefte and Anders Nolting Magelund (Anna Fenger Schefte) and Anders Nolting Magelund (Anders Nolting Magelund) how to help ordinary Danes to achieve extraordinary in their daily life There are many recommendations for specific carbon dioxide emissions.

This book
Behind all areas of our consumption.Just from food, clothes
Holidays, housing and transportation, and holidays such as Christmas and Easter.
Without raising the index finger, how will people concretize
Reduce its carbon footprint in daily life.Many people like
If someone asks the two authors.

“If you study more closely whether the Danes care about the climate, and then how many of us actually want to contribute to the research on the climate, there are many Danes.” Anna Vong Schefter.

Since March, she has worked with Anders Magelund on a new climate book. The goal of this book is to write practical application-oriented guides and equip Danes with easy-to-use guides to help them better deal with climate change with one bite at a time.

The two authors believe that the high degree of concern for the climate in public debates and the many different reports and statements published by politicians every day may be the way out for most people. The new book will try to remedy this with specific knowledge and practical information.

“I think the Danes who are considering whether to do anything in the climate zone are often those who think that climate debates sometimes become uncontrollable. Here, we try to use a book to say: “Reducing carbon dioxide emissions is not that complicated.” Anders Nolting Magelund explained.

Spoon with own hands

In recent years, the climate zone has quietly penetrated into the consciousness of the Danes. Three-quarters of Danes want to do something that will help improve the climate. In the last parliamentary election, the climate and environmental agenda was the top priority of the voters’ agenda. There are still many people asking for the ups and downs in all and all the truth we encounter around us when different people, experts, and politicians shout out.

Anna Fenger Schefte and Anders Nolting Magelund wrote a new climate guide. She will publish a new climate cookbook in September. Photo: SørenGammelmark

The two authors are convinced that many Danes want to take their own spoons and do specific things for the climate and carbon dioxide emissions in their daily lives.

Anna said: “I think people want to learn more about what they can do so that they not only have to read terrible reports, but also understand how bad everything is.” Anders added:

“For us, the production of this book is of course very enlightening. For example, I have more ideas about my own waste, disposal of clothes or financial management. It is an eye-opener to investigate these things thoroughly,” Anders said .

Meaning to individuals

of
The two authors emphasized that one of the main points of the new book is
The climate footprint between people can be very different.
Therefore, the most meaningful climate measures should be taken
some. step by step. “You must bring the elephant in
Take one bite at a time, that is, perform simple operations first, and then you can
So continue to integrate more climate actions into his daily life”,
Anna said, and continued:

“The idea for this book actually came from the fact that on New Year’s Eve, I sat down with my husband to talk about my new climate recipe and how we should take a new step in life. Then he said to me: We must grab For food, we must cut off the meat. However, we are still standing, lacking specific enlightenment on how to do it in practice. What is going on. I think we must write a book.

“You have to divide the elephant into small pieces at a time, that is, take simple steps before you can incorporate more climate action into your daily life”

Anna Fenger Schefte, ” Climate Guide-Save the world a little every day

Hot summer

According to the two authors, the hot summer last year caused more fetal attention to the climate. In the past, the media reported more on various COPs (ed climate summit. ) And pointed out, for example, the polar bear on the melting ice flakes, these two pointed out.

Anna explained: “People are becoming more and more interested in the climate, partly because of the hot summer, and partly because of many reports from last year that the climate is far worse than we thought.”

Anna answered the most eye-opening question in the process of writing this book:

“Whether as consumers or journalists, it is an eye-opening view of what we can actually do in our daily lives. Then, the general experience of the new consumer movement and the Greta Thunberg effect have recently emerged Additional impact. It helps to focus the climate well on the way it develops”, Anna said.

for
Anders’ work on this book gave him a deeper understanding of us
The power of consumers to change things is much greater than we thought
Walking around thinking.

“In the past, my starting point was that only politicians can take the lead and pass regulations and legislation to set the framework for the company and society. For me, this is an eye-opener for our consumption and what we do in our daily lives. Things are critical to reducing our carbon dioxide footprint.”

“With this book, we can make up for some anxiety and powerlessness through enlightenment and useful knowledge.”

Anders Nolting Magelund, ” Climate Guide-Save the world a little every day

Anna and Anders (Anna and Anders) emphasized that the company’s changes and new regulations towards a more climate-friendly approach were first achieved by raising consumer awareness. Therefore, the consumer aspect of climate discussion has a completely natural key role in this book. The ambition is that Danes can make some wise choices after reading the book, not just based on pure intuition and emotion.

“Mr. Mrs. Denmark must feel that they can make a difference from this book. We wrote this book in an ambitious way that our parents, brothers and sisters and everyone else can accept. We not only bring climate to people. Anxiety and other help for people. We provide people with some tools so you can focus on what you can do. It’s important that you feel that you can do something. For example, when I categorize my own I feel satisfied when I trash. I know this is a small thing in daily life. But it does give me a sense of accomplishment. Anna did not feel powerless, but explained.

Anders concluded: “With this book, we can make up for some anxiety and powerlessness with enlightenment and useful knowledge.”

About the Author:Anna Fenger Schefte is a former editor and journalist of Sustainia. She is now a freelancer and writes articles for Politiken and others. She has been a journalist for ten years and, among other tasks, she also focused on climate and sustainability as her main content on Monday morning. Schefte and ia have co-authored several publications in this field. Realdania, UNGC and the city of Copenhagen. In September, she published a new climate cookbook. Anders Nolting Magelund is the former research director of Sustainia. He has several publications and articles on climate behind him.He is the author of this book Redraw the future (2017), looking forward to a sustainable society in the future. Magelund contributed to the new book on small countries published by the Harvard team, which focuses on Denmark and wind energy (2019). He is a freelancer.

Climate Guide-Save the world a little every dayPublished today on August 22 in Politikens Forlag. 188 pages

In new book Climate Guide-Save the world a little every day Anna Fenger Schefte and Anders Nolting Magelund (Anna Fenger Schefte) and Anders Nolting Magelund (Anders Nolting Magelund) how to help ordinary Danes to achieve extraordinary in their daily life There are many recommendations for specific carbon dioxide emissions.

This book
Behind all areas of our consumption.Just from food, clothes
Holidays, housing and transportation, and holidays such as Christmas and Easter.
Without raising the index finger, how will people concretize
Reduce its carbon footprint in daily life.Many people like
If someone asks the two authors.

“If you study more closely whether the Danes care about the climate, and then how many of us actually want to contribute to the research on the climate, there are many Danes.” Anna Vong Schefter.

Since March, she has worked with Anders Magelund on a new climate book. The goal of this book is to write practical application-oriented guides and equip Danes with easy-to-use guides to help them better deal with climate change with one bite at a time.

The two authors believe that the high degree of concern for the climate in public debates and the many different reports and statements published by politicians every day may be the way out for most people. The new book will try to remedy this with specific knowledge and practical information.

“I think the Danes who are considering whether to do anything in the climate zone are often those who think that climate debates sometimes become uncontrollable. Here, we try to use a book to say: “Reducing carbon dioxide emissions is not that complicated.” Anders Nolting Magelund explained.

Spoon with own hands

In recent years, the climate zone has quietly penetrated into the consciousness of the Danes. Three-quarters of Danes want to do something that will help improve the climate. In the last parliamentary election, the climate and environmental agenda was the top priority of the voters’ agenda. There are still many people asking for the ups and downs in all and all the truth we encounter around us when different people, experts, and politicians shout out.

Anna Fenger Schefte and Anders Nolting Magelund wrote a new climate guide. She will publish a new climate cookbook in September. Photo: SørenGammelmark

The two authors are convinced that many Danes want to take their own spoons and do specific things for the climate and carbon dioxide emissions in their daily lives.

Anna said: “I think people want to learn more about what they can do so that they not only have to read terrible reports, but also understand how bad everything is.” Anders added:

“For us, the production of this book is of course very enlightening. For example, I have more ideas about my own waste, disposal of clothes or financial management. It is an eye-opener to investigate these things thoroughly,” Anders said .

Meaning to individuals

of
The two authors emphasized that one of the main points of the new book is
The climate footprint between people can be very different.
Therefore, the most meaningful climate measures should be taken
some. step by step. “You must bring the elephant in
Take one bite at a time, that is, perform simple operations first, and then you can
So continue to integrate more climate actions into his daily life”,
Anna said, and continued:

“The idea for this book actually came from the fact that on New Year’s Eve, I sat down with my husband to talk about my new climate recipe and how we should take a new step in life. Then he said to me: We must grab For food, we must cut off the meat. However, we are still standing, lacking specific enlightenment on how to do it in practice. What is going on. I think we must write a book.

“You have to divide the elephant into small pieces at a time, that is, take simple steps before you can incorporate more climate action into your daily life”

Anna Fenger Schefte, ” Climate Guide-Save the world a little every day

Hot summer

According to the two authors, the hot summer last year caused more fetal attention to the climate. In the past, the media reported more on various COPs (ed climate summit. ) And pointed out, for example, the polar bear on the melting ice flakes, these two pointed out.

Anna explained: “People are becoming more and more interested in the climate, partly because of the hot summer, and partly because of many reports from last year that the climate is far worse than we thought.”

Anna answered the most eye-opening question in the process of writing this book:

“Whether as consumers or journalists, it is an eye-opening view of what we can actually do in our daily lives. Then, the general experience of the new consumer movement and the Greta Thunberg effect have recently emerged Additional impact. It helps to focus the climate well on the way it develops”, Anna said.

for
Anders’ work on this book gave him a deeper understanding of us
The power of consumers to change things is much greater than we thought
Walking around thinking.

“In the past, my starting point was that only politicians can take the lead and pass regulations and legislation to set the framework for the company and society. For me, this is an eye-opener for our consumption and what we do in our daily lives. Things are critical to reducing our carbon dioxide footprint.”

“With this book, we can make up for some anxiety and powerlessness through enlightenment and useful knowledge.”

Anders Nolting Magelund, ” Climate Guide-Save the world a little every day

Anna and Anders (Anna and Anders) emphasized that the company’s changes and new regulations towards a more climate-friendly approach were first achieved by raising consumer awareness. Therefore, the consumer aspect of climate discussion has a completely natural key role in this book. The ambition is that Danes can make some wise choices after reading the book, not just based on pure intuition and emotion.

“Mr. Mrs. Denmark must feel that they can make a difference from this book. We wrote this book in an ambitious way that our parents, brothers and sisters and everyone else can accept. We not only bring climate to people. Anxiety and other help for people. We provide people with some tools so you can focus on what you can do. It’s important that you feel that you can do something. For example, when I categorize my own I feel satisfied when I trash. I know this is a small thing in daily life. But it does give me a sense of accomplishment. Anna did not feel powerless, but explained.

Anders concluded: “With this book, we can make up for some anxiety and powerlessness with enlightenment and useful knowledge.”

About the Author:Anna Fenger Schefte is a former editor and journalist of Sustainia. She is now a freelancer and writes articles for Politiken and others. She has been a journalist for ten years and, among other tasks, she also focused on climate and sustainability as her main content on Monday morning. Schefte and ia have co-authored several publications in this field. Realdania, UNGC and the city of Copenhagen. In September, she published a new climate cookbook. Anders Nolting Magelund is the former research director of Sustainia. He has several publications and articles on climate behind him.He is the author of this book Redraw the future (2017), looking forward to a sustainable society in the future. Magelund contributed to the new book on small countries published by the Harvard team, which focuses on Denmark and wind energy (2019). He is a freelancer.

Climate Guide-Save the world a little every dayPublished today on August 22 in Politikens Forlag. 188 pages