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Firebrands initiate the change that inspire and encourage all of us to live up to at least some of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals for achieving a happier and healthier world.
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Firebrand projects of all kinds that make a difference, but often live an unnoticed life.
The model in the Garden of Wonder is the unspoiled nature.
E-sports is the fastest growing sport.
The association holds international surfing tournaments each year.
The community garden creates close proximity and commitment to the food we eat.
In the skupltur park art is among a flora and fauna that exists in nature's own power.
An innovative common house for students across every field of study.
A common local effort to make Mols and Helgenæs an attractive place to live.
An eco-village free of debt-slavery and waste mountains.
A community center with both history and vision.
An ecological colony garden at sea.
An eco-village including common house, high school, farm and factory.
Developed by the village children and adults in a creative process.
An organic foundation-owned farm with many volunteers.
A festival with lots of local vegetables.
A sustainable community owned agricultural fund.
A house where people meet for a sustainable future.
Denmark's cosiest festival.
Run for girls in Kenya may go to school.
Cooperation between firebrands and artists.
Development of "Being Skills"
Provides members locally produced, organic fruits and vegetables.
A community driven "wast-food" kitchen.
Television about taboo and down-priority topics.
Production of honey in interaction with vulnerable citizens.
Information and dissemination of vegetarian way of life.
Reducing food waste in the world
An association where cancer patients and relatives help each other
Informs and works for basic income.
Working for a democratic money system.
A hitchhiker association that will strengthen community and trust in each other.
A project working for the most vulnerable citizens.
A city project returning nutrients to the soil.
The Food Bank redistributes surplus food.
A network of young people around renewable energy.
Young people focusing on artistic forms of expression.
A social, professional and meaningful meeting place.
A festival where young people engage in democracy.
Young Palestinians tell.
A project platform for young cultural creators.
A global festival focusing on cultural and social wealth in Africa.
Marriage migrants in a loving integration process.
Build bridges and strengthen the community.
Working for equality between minority and majority citizens.
A festival for children, their families and the village.
Knitting and crocheting to charity.
An inn owned by the village citizens
A family festival at Grenaa harbor.
A contemporary collective.
About permaculture and reconversion.
A community built on Rudolf Steiner's visions.
A connecting community.
Pride and love from Lolland-Falster.
Local communities with political impetus.
We are each other's closest relatives.
Everyday activism and action communities as a democratic rethinking.
Food club against food waste and with a social aim.
Working to create a world with greater respect for the environment, animals and humans.
Bridge builders who work to increase social equality in health.
Denmark's first rock, pop and youth museum.
Access to free and anonymous psychotherapy.
Volunteerism and sport across both local and international cultures.
Training for volunteers and coordinators who convey Danish culture and natural heritage.
An ecological society based on Martinus' philosophy.
Values simplicity and creates a lifestyle that goes beyond impulsive consumption
Cycling for health and the environment.
Bring people together to build new solutions to old problems.
A green, sustainable urban village.