Denmark’s new multi-billion state-funded gas plant dents green reputation

TotalEnergies’ new DKK 27 billion gas-extraction project in the Danish North Sea, part funded by the government, profits an elite few at the cost of climate. It is invisible in the national media, allowing Denmark’s unethical fossil fuel practices to fly under the radar. In reality, it dents the country’s reputation as a vanguard of the green transition.

TotalEnergies’ new DKK 27 billion gas-extraction project in the Danish North Sea, part funded by the government, profits an elite few at the cost of climate. It is invisible in the national media, allowing Denmark’s unethical fossil fuel practices to fly under the radar. In reality, it dents the country’s reputation as a vanguard of the green transition.


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