New behaviours to change the world
Working with Gehl Architects to solve one of most wicked problems of our time: how to measure impact?
These 33 languages are talked across 1924 households in a Copenhagen suburb. How do they sort their waste?
We are turning the film that we made together with the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art into Cinemascope.
From Community Initiatives to Participatory Models
By Marcos L. Rosa & Ute E. Weiland
3. Pengenes tid 1980-2010
By P.ôtié & Li Kunwu
Design Thinking and the Social Entrepreneurship Movement
By Eve Blossom
Sparking positive change and making it last
By Marshall Goldsmith
The dark mountain manifesto
By Paul Kingsnorth and Dougald Hine
Mastering the Habits of Our Everyday Lives
By Gretchen Rubin
A project by the institute for figuring
By Margaret Wertheim & Christine Wertheim
Conversations about architecture as the ultimate business tool
By nbbj
How a Group of Hackers, Geniuses, and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution
By Walter Isaacson
Because he invented the technique to reuse old bricks for new buildings.
Because she wrote her poetic diary from when she was age 11 in 1914 until her death.
Maps for a Narrative Atlas
By Denis Wood
How Food Shapes Our Lives
By Carolyn Steel
By Robert Lanza & Bob Berman
Conversations with Paul Cronin
By Paul Cronin
Creativity, the gift of failure, and the search for mastery
By Sarah Lewis
With essays by Hans Ulrich Obrist and Carl Zimmer
By Rachel Sussman
Because he is working to create an multi-planetary culture while making electrical cars on Earth
Because he suggest more 'do tanks' instead of 'think tanks'

November 24, 2014
Social Action arranged Denmark's biggest conference on Industrial Symbiosis
August 19, 2014
Kom til fest i Tårnet

December 5, 2013
Feel free to apply or spread the message.

December 2, 2013
Among other things we are creating a 45 meter long poster that shows the history of Earth.
If you embrace the café life, your network might expand in directions you can't imagine.
Some thoughts on how not to have any regrets on your deathbed.
What can we learn from the way island communities operate?
Follow the development of it over the next few months and years ;)
A way to make neighbours aware that they can change their neighbourhoods.
A Short History of Everybody for the Last 13,000 Years
By Jared Diamond
75 Artists Illustrate Wondrous Mysteries of Science
94 % of the money in Denmark dosn't exist physically. Where are they being created? - Part 1
August 16, 2013
At Social Action we love maps that show patterns you don't see but live within.
A nice summer read about people, choices and behaviour.
July 29, 2013
Scion AV Studio travelled around the US asking young people: Where are we headed?

July 11, 2013
We are asked to be provocative. Don't worry. We will be.
An appeal to politicians to get out and experience the real world of business.
July 6, 2013
It's visual, with few words and animated! Freshly made!

July 6, 2013
We are selected to present at the closed event ‘Communicating the Obvious’.
If you want to buy quality goods, it may be harder than you think.
July 2nd, 2013
Just published! Den Gode Avis has 3 sections: Local news, Global news and Inspirational news.
And please listen to this track while looking at it:
April 12, 2013
We talk about bollen in Göteborg Post today. See the article here.
The future partnership of sustainability and quality. Presented in the form of German vodka.
April 5, 2013
The Guardian article on what's cooking inside Coca-Cola, IKEA and Kingfisher.

April 2nd, 2013
First drawings made for a strategic and experimenting presentation made for Kalundborg.
Towards an Anthropology of Consumption
By Mary Douglas & Baron Isherwood
Birth of a 21st Century Museum
By Ulf Larsson
March 7, 2013
How can you communicate what you actually want to put money into as a public foundation?
February 28th, 2013
Support the wolves in Denmark before farmers create to much resistance.
Read about what it is; who is publishing it;
and where to get a physical copy.
Welcome to Biophilia. The love for nature in all her manifestations.
10 Years, 100 Innovations, 100 Million Jobs
By Gunter Pauli
Because she is on an art mission from nature.
Because he probably is the smartest man we can think of.
Profits, People, Purpose; Doing Business by Respecting the Earth
By Ray Anderson
Because he showed us the mathematical equations that help us understand how nature design itself.
How TerraCycle Is Redefining Green Business
By Tom Szaky
Because he believed in what he called ‘Truth Facts’ and let other people see them through simple, revealing actions.
It's free for students and happens in our tower (and you'll learn Photoshop and InDesign as a bonus).
Social Action asks Børsen's readers what to do in the new year.
Because she makes it easy to understand the most complex of natural phenomena.
A forgotten Danish classic from 1981
By Tom Mikkelsen
Arbejderkooperationen i Danmark 1852-2012
By Henning Grelle
Why Ancient Wisdom Matters in the Modern World
By Wade Davis
Because he shows nature and its beauty in the simplest of ways.
Read why the new advertisements from Danske Bank is the worst communication in 2012.
SKOV A/S is continuing to improve low energy ventilation. We help showing the complex technology in simple ways.
Because he found out that he could change the world by mixing art and technology and went for it.
Because she focuses her creative mind to see the magic in everyday things, making the day matter more to many.
DR informs: Sorting pilot study among 400 households - user evaluated by Social Action - now distributed to all househol
New Nordic - et manifest
Because he, unlike many of his peers, is open to use his influence to re-arrange how economy works.
Because he made the ‘Whole Earth Catalogue’ in the late 1960ies and early 70ies.
Weekendavisen om Social Actions Louisiana film: "En bedre repræsentant for Danmark vil det være svært at finde."
Because he uses simple and poetic means to show you the last phases in a social group desolving.
Not because of his irony, but because he wants to tell important stories in new ways.
Because he, after many scientific breakthroughs and insights, said: “Imagination is more important than knowledge."
Because he blends philosophy, existentialism and evolution with popular culture.
Because he made buildings that visually paid homage to our roots in the sublime and chaordic nature.
Because he wrote about visions in a language everyone could understand.
Build of new factories in Denmark in order to manufacture products for the future - and to keep industrial jobs in the c
The film is showing the purpose of the foundation and includes an interview with the responsible Minister. Boom.
More bans, please. Social Action involves itself in debate on bans in Danish newspaper.
Because he was one of the first CEOs of an industrial company who set the direction to become a complete sustainable for
Because they made great design, great exhibitions, great movies and great children (we’ve spoken with one of them;)).
Our first major film made for ELFORSK. This film started our move into animation and the moving image.
A fundraising video to show the concept Green Carbon (that advances more nature in Denmark).
Social Action is proclaimed 'Revolutionaries of the Future' by Danish newspaper Information.
Our first film - and therefore WAY too long. But it included a collaboration with star photographer Edward Burtynsky.