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strategies and policies

Do you want to know more about Denmark and its efforts on climate and energy? Take a closer look at the following strategies and policies.
Danish strategy for adaptation to a changing climate

Denmark's climate initiative

The Danish government's climate policy is subject to EU targets of reducing greenhouse gas emissions for 2020 and 2030. The long-term objective of the government is for Denmark to be a low-emission society in 2050, independent of fossil fuels.

The City of Copenhagen’s Bicycle Strategy 2011-2025

Good, Better, Best – The City of Copenhagen’s Bicycle Strategy 2011-2025

In Copenhagen’s new bicycle strategy you can read about the new initiatives and plans which lay down guidelines for the long-term and overriding priorities within the bicycle area.
Energy strategy

Independent from Fossil Fuels

The Danish Government recently presented a strategy on how to achieve independence from fossil fuels by 2050. The strategy is a first of its kind in the world; fully financed, while still taking full account of Danish competitiveness and making sure that the average Danish household will not pay a huge extra bill.

The Impact of the Energy Strategy 2050 on the Danish Consumer

Currently 80 per cent of Denmark’s energy needs come from oil, coal and gas. So the transition to a clean green energy supply by 2050 will be a major challenge for all Danes.