The Danish Cultural Institute

Since the inception of the CO2 Green Drive Project in 2009 CO2 Green Drive has been embedded in the Danish Cultural Institute (DCI). DCI is an important pillar in the social and cultural architecture of Denmark dating back to 1940. DCI promotes projects that aim at long-term cooperation between foreign and Danish cultural institutions, citizens, artists and other professionals and has been focusing increasingly on culture as a driver of behavioral changes towards an ecological age.

For these reasons and more the CO2 Green Drive Project is proud to be imbedded in the DCI and works closely with the DCI branch offices in China, Brazil, Russia, Benelux, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Great Britain and Hungary.

DCI is a Non Profit and Non Governmental Organization protected by Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Mary.

The main people involved in the CO2 Green Drive from DCI are:

Finn Andersen, former Secretary General currently Director of the St Petersburg office

Olaf Gerlach Hansen, Project manager of Cultures Futures and DCI Senior Advisor

Simon Drewsen Holmberg, Director of the Riga office

Audra Sabaliauskiene, Director of the Vilnius office

Rikke Helms, Director of the St Petersburg office prior to Finn Andersen

Eric Messerschmidt, Director of the Beijing office

Maibrit Thomsen, Director of the Rio office

Visit The Danish Cultural Institute website HERE