Category Archives: Public-private system

Portland: Primed to Emulate the Copenhagen Model

Copenhagen: a Green, Smart and Carbon Neutral City and Portland, Maine: a Great Place to Start Denmark aspires to be a green growth economy independent of fossil fuels by 2050. To do so, Denmark incentivizes renewable and conservation activities and purchases … Continue reading

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Collaboration in Denmark: Working Towards Common Goals

Government collaboration In the United States, the political parties typically attempt to distinguish themselves from one another by offering strongly opposing views.  Instead of trying to find areas of agreement, they find areas of disagreement to brand themselves or their … Continue reading

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Collaborative Efforts, Market Development…then Competition?

I know that the title statement may seem a little strange to many who read it but that is in fact the way the Danes think. This couldn’t have been represented any better by our visit to the Danish Partnership … Continue reading

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Denmark’s State of Green Sustainability Initiatives

Denmark Trip 2013: USM MBA 612                         Denmark’s State of Green Sustainability Initiatives Denmark is leading the world in the transition toward a green growth economy. As one of 11 MBA students from the University of Southern Maine, in Denmark … Continue reading

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