Friday, November 20, 2009


There were 3 jumbo screens around Riga showing the CO2 painting being painted live, projecting the above web interface from the CO2 E - Race Riga site

The Inside of the LYNX with the specially designed GPS with power to also send a satellite signal from under a bridge or inside a tunnel.

The Police Escort letting the cars go through all the red lights throughout the CO2 route.

Following the route from the LYNX, documenting and turning the GPS off and on in between the "C", "O" and "2".

Saturday, November 7, 2009


British environmentalist Tony Juniper (special adviser for The Prince of Wales' Rain forrest Project and University of Cambridge, long-time CEO of Friends of Earth, has lead kampagnes for The Green Party, etc.) and the Danish author and professor Bjørn "The Hummer" Lomborg ("The Sceptical Environmentalist", Copenhagen Consensus).
The above shoot for ARTE TV

The Mini Hummer - also participating in the Riga version af the project.
More about the Mini Hummer HERE

Wednesday, November 4, 2009


The HOPE, was the first Danish Electric car produced in 1982. However, it was never put into final production and has become a sad legendary story about a failed Danish industrial dream. The story told as part of the workshops and story telling at the Danish National Museum, was to tell children that "even if you fail once, you should always get back up on the horse and try again"

The above recycled cardboard version of the "Hope" car was designed by Jacob Fuglsang Mikkelsen and Will Gurley, who is also one of the main designers for Copenhagen's Tivoli Gardens.

The children each got a "kit" with the many different parts for building their own Hope.

The above is an example of a "pimped up" version of the Hope car, made by one of the children, along with workshops and performances at the Danish National Museum every sunday in November 2009.

Captian Hope - The Climate Super Hero also came and entertained the kids!

...and of course Mr. Green and his climate clown posse

"Pimp my Hope" - The children wrote their hopes for the future on the large Hope Car parts in a workshop and then together with Will and Jacob assembled it into the above 3D cardboard car.

See more on the Museum's website HERE

Short Danish Story about the Original Hope Car

The "What If" story about "What If" the Danish Hope Whisper Electric Car would have been a Success? Where would Denmark be in the Electric Car Industry 2009? The Past could have made our current Future, just a little bit better place to be.

Thank's to Smurfit Kappa for sponsorship of the cardboard and FREE FORM for cutting out the Hope shapes in the cardboard