Our 2013 edition of Sustainia100 is available today! Sustainia received 500+ submissions from 79 countries for this year’s guide. The final 100 solutions are deployed in two thirds of the world’s countries – including Kenya, India, Mexico and South Africa, making the Sustainia100 guide reflect innovation from the traditional western hubs as well as parts of the world that are normally not well covered.
Guide to Sustainia
Adding a new twist to the world of sustainability literature, Guide to Sustainia is reporting from the future as if this society was already made real. Guide to Sustainia is a visionary publication depicting a society in near future, where our lifestyles have successfully undergone a transformation to sustainable practices.
Sustainia Sector Guide to Buildings
The Sustainia Sector Guide to Buildings aims to stimulate the market for sustainable buildings. It documents the socio-economic benefits of retrofitting and building sustainably, and gathers the arguments for a big push towards sustainability in the building sector. Focus is on healthy indoor climate, productivity and quality of life as well as energy and resource efficiency.
Guide to Copenhagen 2025
Guide to Copenhagen 2025 lays out an achievable scenario for a carbon-neutral Copenhagen by year 2025. In the book, you’ll meet the future citizens of Copenhagen and see how they live, get around, work, shop and enjoy the city. Guide to Copenhagen is the first publication in the Sustainia City Guide series that aim to visualize the benefits of living in sustainable cities.
Sustainia100 is a guide to 100 readily available and sustainable solutions: Health, Resources, Energy, Education, IT, Fashion, Food, City Planning, Transportation and Buildings. Individually, the solutions represent innovation and inspiration in various sectors. Collectively, they provide a guide of building blocks available for transforming our societies. The Sustainia100 features people, companies, communities and organizations that represent the greatest story never told: Bottom-up change is already happening across the globe.
More knowledge from Sustainia and MondayMorning
Sustainia builds on a wealth of knowledge. We’re strongly rooted in the Scandinavian Think Tank Monday Morning who since 1989 has addressed mega trends in our society – sustainability, climate change policy, financial systems, urban planning to name a few. We’re proud to share this legacy with our Sustainia community. Below you can find a sample of some of these reports and thought leading publications Sustainia has had a part in over the years written in both english and danish. PDFs are free to download and some publications are available in hard copies. Any requests or enquiries can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
2050 – Something’s Green in the State of Denmark
Risk & Opportunity
The Greatest Story
From Religion to Reality
Shaping The Green
The Business Case for a Strong Global Deal