Sustainable Hotels, Venues and Restaurants
Read more about the many green opportunities in the Aarhus Region.
Create conference value with a clean conscience
Hosting a sustainable conference in Aarhus is easy. Aarhus aims to be one of Denmark's leading climate cities and all of 73 percent of the city’s hotel rooms have received an official environmental certification. Also many meeting venues and restaurants in the Aarhus Region have received certifications and with everything in walking distance, no transportation is needed in the city centre.
With the city’s aim of being carbon neutral in 2030, public as well as private green initiatives are shooting up various places. Give your event a twist of green from the very get go all the way to the end. Clear your conscience by using local, organic ingredients, sustainable venues with consideration for the climate and social responsibility as well as green transport and much, much more.
The links below take you to a wide array of useful information and handbooks as well as an overview of sustainable hotels, venues and restaurants in order for you to get as sustainable an output from your conference as possible.
Get a quick and easy overview
Please note that this site only presents select examples of the city’s sustainable initiatives, as Aarhus and the surrounding region has so much more in store for you. Do not hesitate to contact us for customised inspiration and consultancy on how to turn your event even greener in Aarhus.
That the Municipality of Aarhus is the world’s first WindMade municipality? This means that at least 25 percent of electricity bought by the municipality is wind power generated.
That cool, clean water is complementary at the tap stations around town, which helps reduce the number of plastic bottles? This map of the city shows the location of the tap stations.
That Aarhus is the first large city in Denmark to be able to supply its citizens and local companies with green district heating and biomass based on electricity? As a result of this, CO2 emissions are reduced by 1 ton per citizen each year.