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Greenfish presents the 3rd edition of the Green Mind University

By | News

The Green Mind University took place on the 28th of May 2019 in Brussels, and was organised by Greenfish in partnership with BNP Paribas Fortis, InnoEnergy, Solar Impulse Foundation, Impact Valley, Climate Seed, EU Green Week, and Sustainable Energy Week. This one-day event is a dynamic forum for international and contrasting discussions on …

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Urban Wind Turbines: Is Smaller Beautiful?

By | Whitepaper

When you think about wind energy, you might think of those large wind farms you’ve passed while driving along highways, on your train rides, or perhaps you think about those huge offshore installations near the coast. Large scale wind turbines are skyrocketing, becoming more and more efficient with today’s ever-evolving technology. The current tallest wind turbine is only a few dozens of meters short of being the same size as the Eiffel Tower…

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The beginning of the end for short flights

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The government is going to ban us from flying! This is a proposal that will not please everyone but it will have the merit of reducing our carbon footprint. This proposal is as ambitious as that of the second chamber of the Dutch parliament that proposed the ban on Amsterdam-Brussels flights. If this proposal is adopted, the Dutch government, which owns 12.68% of Air France-KLM, could put pressure on the airline to eliminate its current five daily routes.

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Our #1 Impact Session of 2019 was about… Mobility

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On Thursday March 28th, our #1 Impact Session about mobility welcomed Jan Borré, Founder and Chief Mobility Architect at Via-Mobile.be and Frédéric Pairoux, Mobility Manager at RTBF. Sessions were moderated by Marieke van Winkelen, Country Manager at Greenfish. How to make the shift from a car dominated system to more sustainable means of transportation? It is no secret that Belgium is facing some serious mobility issues, and companies have an important role to play in solving this equation. How can they lead the change towards commuting with a lower environmental footprint? How can they encourage employees to move away from the current car reign and opt for multi modal solutions instead?

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