Drawing of light bulbs along the coastline

Coastal innovation Conference

Article: Coastal innovation –
how and why to create paths for a better life along the coast

Man walking onto rainbow and going through seven stages of wishful thinking. The rainbow wishful thinking model - illustration by Frits Ahlefeldt
Watercolor of wildlife in suits

12 good reasons to preserve wilderness

We need to preserve the last areas of wilderness on the planet, here are 12 reasons why

Social media guides – Magician vs Wizard

Experts are ready to guide us along the digital trails. Social media magicians and wizards are among them…

Sketching up local eating ideas

Thoughts about eating local food while hiking to create better relationships between hikers and locals

Drawing of watercolor sketching gear

How to make a drawn logbook while hiking

Ideas about how to sketch up a logbook when hiking

Group of people becoming a bridge helping a man in the water

Seven bridges over troubled water

From Diets to Disruption – Seven strategies to move across difficult places

Drawing of a man looking at his digital twin, as a mirror image on a screen

Meet your digital twin

Get ready to meet a faster, smarter and more connected version of yourself…

Three fishermen walking, granddad, dad and son
Circle of trees with the roots facing the center

Wood Wide Web Circle

Circle of trees – Wood Wide Web Illustration

Old factory blocking the sun of tomorrow

Giving up the outdated solutions of yesterday for a smarter tomorrow

Don’t let the outdated solutions of yesterday block the sustainable technology of tomorrow

Drawing with a woman looking at a signpost with "your future on both ways. with Quote by George Harrison - if you don't know where you are going any road will take you there...

George Harrison (Beatles) quote

Even though all trails lead to the future, you still have to pick one

China Great Wall Trail, watercolor sketch

Sketch China Great Wall Trail Watercolor

Watercolor sketch for research about a new, marked long distance trail along the Great Chinese Wall

Watercolor sketch of Bear Grylls, portrait by Frits Ahlefeldt

Sketching up hikers for a hall of fame

New Hall of fame – section, with hiker that have turned their walks into something special, from great stories to great challenges… see the first ten portraits up now:

Can hiking solve global problems?

When you walk, you can only carry a little, and only take one step at the time – just those two things can really make a great difference to anybody’s understanding, after a few days

Drawing of an elver hiking, walking very llightly

Elves hiking

Glimpse of one of the elf creatures along the trail

It is no use walking anywhere quote from Francis Assisi

800 year old walk the talk quote

The Italian monk and philosopher Francis of Assisi walked his wisdom