The Sustainable Bottom Line Bornholm project is now well underway, and an increasing number of companies are signing up to participate in the project. Skovly Hotel is the first to get cracking on the more concrete activities.
Borrow a free office space at the municipality and shake off your commute! This is now possible for citizens in the Egedal Municipality, which is affected by the closure of the Frederikssund railway line. Other municipalities are also helping the public to get where they need to be during the summer's closures.
Should your employees bike to work all summer? The Danish Cyclists’ Federation has extended its May campaign in collaboration with the Moving People project, inviting all those affected by the summer's railway line closures and others who work in the Capital Region of Denmark to participate in a summer edition of WE CYCLE TO WORK.
Sustainability must also be good for business – this is one of eight new goals that a large group of citizens discovered during Bornholm Day, held last November. Together with a number of partners, the regional municipality is now rolling out a project that will pave the way forward for green industry and bring the island's small and medium-sized businesses into the green transition.
A new pilot project with city bikes should make it more attractive to leave the car and take the train to and from work for some of the 25,000 commuters who work or study in Lautrupgård, Ballerup's largest business and industrial area. If the project succeeds, there is great potential to spread it to other metropolitan areas of business.
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