Reduce Your Flight Costs with Google Flights
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by Tor Kjølberg
22h ago
Google Flights not only allows you to see what days are the cheapest to fly and what site has the cheapest fares but also allows you to purchase the tickets by following the links provided on the site. Learn how to reduce your flight costs with Google Flights. When following the provided links, you will sometimes purchase directly from the airline, and sometimes it will direct you to sites such as Priceline or Expedia. So, how do you use the functions of Google Flights to book flights as low as $178 to get from Los Angeles to Europe? If you already know where you would like to go, grab your l ..read more
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Copenhagen’s New Recreational Hub
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by Tor Kjølberg
22h ago
The waterfront in Denmark’s capital has undergone impressive redevelopment in recent decades and transformed into Copenhagen’s new recreational hub. Today, you can almost read the chapters of Copenhagen’s harbor from fortress and trading port through shipbuilder and business center to a modern, creative knowledge city with integrated urban districts. The Copenhagen waterfront has been transformed into a vibrant public space with recreational activities and residential developments. The urban regeneration of the harbor has been in progress for nearly two decades. Politicians, landowners, and i ..read more
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Insider Tips and Advice from Expats Living in Scandinavia
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by Tor Kjølberg
22h ago
Moving to a new country is a thrilling adventure, packed with opportunities for personal growth and discovery. With its stunning natural landscapes, exceptional quality of life, and robust social welfare, Scandinavia stands out as a top destination for those pondering why to move abroad. In this article we give you insider tips and advice from expats living in Scandinavia. Scandinavia, encompassing Sweden, Norway and Denmark, offers a mosaic of experiences catering to various lifestyles and preferences. Drawing on advice from expats living in Scandinavia, this article aims to equip you with i ..read more
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The Art of Scandinavian Small Space Living
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by Tor Kjølberg
6d ago
More and more Scandinavians are choosing small apartments and smart solutions. They choose location and proximity to the city rather than square meters. Learn more about the art of Scandinavian small space living. This design trend is all about being practical and stylish, which are two things that are important in smaller homes with not a lot of space. The living room is a key area to decorate in this style, as it’s the area you likely use the most and the area that guests see. As our world becomes increasingly crowded and urbanized, more and more people are finding themselves living in smal ..read more
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Why is Scandinavia Such an Essential Region for Mining?
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by Tor Kjølberg
6d ago
Mining has long been an important industry for countries around the world. Underground resources are essential for everything from building to jewellery, and as such, the income from the mining industry is a vital part of the global economy. Why is Scandinavia sauch an essential region for mining? Read on and find out. Areas that boast large reserves of desirable minerals and metals are deemed as important for the sector. Whilst you might typically think of Australia, Canada or South Africa as mining hotspots, one key collection of countries is a little further north. Scandinavia, with its va ..read more
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Five Scandinavian Universities Among Top 100 in the World in New Shanghai Ranking
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by Tor Kjølberg
6d ago
Five of Scandinavia’s higher education institutions have been ranked among the 100 best in the world according to the newest annual assessment by Chinese company Shanghai Ranking Consultancy.  ShanghaiRanking of World Universities 2023 Unlike the QS and Times University rankings, which focus on student life and the experience of studying, the annual ShanghaiRanking judges universities based on their contributions to the academic world, i.e. the number of papers published or cited in journals and the number of accolades alumni have received ..read more
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The National Film School of Denmark
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by Tor Kjølberg
1w ago
Since 1966, Danes have punched above their weight when it comes to cinema. The National Film School of Denmark, founded in 1966, has existed on a foundation of knowledge, experience, craftmanship and art. Tine Fischer, head of the film school since 2021, says, “This is the most important institution in Danish cinema. It has a long list of graduates who has helped to lift Danish film and TV to its unique international position over the past 50 years. That’s partly because it has a close relationship with the industry. Our students make films as soon as they start here – and when they leave. Th ..read more
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Foodie Adventures: Exploring Beer Culture Around The World
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by Tor Kjølberg
1w ago
Wherever you find yourself in the world, you’re likely to come across beer in some way. Whether you’re having a meal at a local eatery, grabbing a snack, or spending time with friends at a board game bar, beer is everywhere. Foodie Adventures: Exploring Beer Culture Around The World Beer is one of the oldest and most widely consumed alcoholic beverages in the world. Its versatility and popularity make it a staple in social gatherings, culinary experiences, and cultural traditions worldwide. Before we move on, here are a few beer fun facts: The world’s strongest beer, called “The End of Histo ..read more
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UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission Under Norwegian Leadership
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by Tor Kjølberg
1w ago
Former minister Vidar Helgesen (H) is the new UN Chief of Ocean Affairs. He believes Norway is in a better position than most to take global leadership for the ocean. UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission is now under Norwegian leadership. Vidar Helgesen brings to UNESCO a rich professional experience, having served in a variety of senior governmental and private sector positions, including as Minister of Climate and the Environment of Norway and Executive Director of the Nobel Foundation. As Norway’s Special Representative for the Ocean he initiated and led the work of the High ..read more
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The Road to Net Zero in Stockholm
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by Tor Kjølberg
1w ago
Earlier in the millennium, Stockholm embraced an ambitious strategy that will see it transform into a 100% fossil-free city by 2040—a big leap in its fight to achieve net-zero status. Learn more about the road to net zeroin Stockholm. Officially called The Strategy for a Fossil-Fuel-Free Stockholm, it reveals a profound commitment to the Paris Agreement. The latter has a myriad of long-term goals to strive for, including limiting the temperature increase to 1.5º, climate neutrality, and transparency, and Stockholm has already set the wheels in motion to achieve them. As reported by ..read more
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