Climate Change, Marine Protected Areas, Sustainable Fisheries and Maritime Spatial Planning. These are the four overall themes of a symposium held by VILLUM FONDEN and VELUX FONDEN on November 9, 2017.
Five new projects will focus on the balance of the marine ecosystem. All five projects gather and combine existing knowledge about the marine environment - across research fields and across different interests.
At the upcoming Metro line to Sydhavn in Copenhagen, art will become an integrated part of the architecture. Grants from VILLUM FONDEN, The Obel Family Foundation and the Danish Arts Foundation have supported the project.
Den Danske Naturfond and Guldborgsund Municipality now invest DKK 15 million in forest at Bøtø on the southern Falster. The partners will create a natural habiatat for several of the rare species in Danish nature.
In 2016 our two non-profit, private charitable foundations left their mark on the Danish society with 635 grants of over DKK 1.1 billion for significant research areas and projects within the social, environmental and cultural areas.
Are you a scientific researcher with a bold and daring idea? Committed to eye or aging research? Are you interested in contributing in the social area? So check out our current calls and application deadlines.
The project ‘Plastic-Free Sea’Projekt, which is supported by VILLUM FONDEN og VELUX FONDEN has launched a Danish edition of the app 'Beat the Microbead', which can scan care products for micro plastic.
The award puts specific emphasis on the interrelation between theory and practice for the benefit of human health, well-being and for the environment. A Ceremony will be held 2 November 2016 in Copenhagen, Denmark