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COP28: Denmark supports climate-monitoring and damage funds with DKK 350 million

Lena Hunter
December 1st, 2023


“Wealthier countries must take greater responsibility,” said Minister of Global Climate Policy Dan Jørgensen. Elsewhere, Moderaterne argue for a variable VAT rate on food items based on their climate impact, and cycling police in Nørrebro dole out DKK 25,000 in fines on a single street in one afternoon.


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"Wealthier countries must take greater responsibility," said Minister of Global Climate Policy Dan Jørgensen. Elsewhere, Moderaterne argue for a variable VAT rate on food items based on their climate impact, and cycling police in Nørrebro dole out DKK 25,000 in fines on a single street in one afternoon.

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