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Government pledges millions to protect Danish coasts from rising sea levels

Lena Hunter
December 21st, 2023


As climate changes accelerate, water masses will become more difficult to control on the low-lying Danish coast. Elsewhere, your driving instructor can now join your test, food prices are expected to drop even further, and Danes are rushing to spend their DKK 1000 notes before they’re phased out.


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Existing coastal defences at Bjørnsknude. Photo: Hedensted Kommune

As climate changes accelerate, water masses will become more difficult to control on the low-lying Danish coast. Elsewhere, your driving instructor can now join your test, food prices are expected to drop even further, and Danes are rushing to spend their DKK 1000 notes before they're phased out.

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