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Despite pushing EU ambitions, how green is Denmark really?

Lena Hunter
February 6th, 2024


The European Commission has recommended a 90 percent reduction in CO2 emissions by 2040. Despite spearheading this figure last year, Denmark has a long way to go to achieve the target.


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The European Commission has recommended that the EU strive for a 90 percent reduction in CO2 on 1990 levels by 2040. Photo: Pixabay/_velocoffee

The European Commission has recommended a 90 percent reduction in CO2 emissions by 2040. Despite spearheading this figure last year, Denmark has a long way to go to achieve the target.

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