Can a Waste Plant Become Copenhagen’s Biggest Tourism Attraction?
by Jennifer Parker
It’s a howling winter’s day in Denmark here atop one of the tallest buildings in Copenhagen. Bjarke Ingels’s $660 million Amager Bakke building, or “Copenhill,” as locals call it, stands out for many reasons—not least, the fact that it will claim the city’s first ski slope when it opens this fall.
WEX, the water and energy exchange, occupies a unique place in the water conference calendar. Business meetings and conversations lie at the heart of WEX, along with the principle of ‘exchange’; the exchange of ideas and philosophies, of business cards, of solutions, and of methodologies, to form strong networks on which to build strong relationships.