PHOTOS: Take a tour of the Hub Culture Copenhagen Pavilion Experience

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15th Dec 2009




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PHOTOS: The Hub Culture Copenhagen Climate Pavilion Experience

Located in the heart of Copenhagen inside one of the city's oldest buildings, the Hub Culture Climate Pavilion is at Gammel Torv 14, 1457 Copenhagen.  It delivers a carbon reduction breakthrough for the work sector with shared work spaces and cutting edge, high efficiency technology designed to service the next generation of social, collaborative work. 

During the month of December the Pavilion will host subnational climate leaders from around the world for bilateral discussions, consultation and meetings, serving as a base for California climate leaders, Pará Brazil, Indonesia and other delegations. 

By offering commuting alternatives to members, the Pavilions provide solutions in sustainability and carbon reduction for workers and cities, all while enhancing the work experience, driving collaboration and value to the end points of the Hub Culture network.  

The Pavilion features internet technology to manage signature aspects of the member experience.  From check-in to check-out, leaders are able to control their ‘social visibility’ on the website and at the Pavilion. Leaders can interact with others live or via the internet simultaneously using social networking tools and large format collaborative technologies.

Hub Culture Copenhagen has partnered with some of the worlds biggest names: CNN, Wall Street Journal, COP15, Hopenhagen, Groupo Orsa, Arzu, Dan-Form, Katika, Nike, PARA, Zeusmark, Skype and others.

* For the latest Videos and Interviews, Edie Lush, talks to some of the Climate Industry big hitters.

 

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