Recently the Copenhagen-based think tank MandagMorgen (MondayMorning) launched Sustainia – “a concept for communicating a sustainable future based on concrete and tangible know-how and technologies – a global collaborative platform for building a model and vision for a sustainable future”. It’s quite a high-profile project, presented at the Rio+20 and with a number of well-known people involved. In the Sustainia 100, the leading global 100 sustainable solutions are presented. What makes us here in Malmö proud is that two of the solutions are from our innovative city. Ekostaden Augustenborg, an urban regeneration project and Klädoteket (webpage unfortunately only in English), a library for clothes. Klädoteket were also featured in an article in the Guardian yesterday. Go, social entrepreneurs!