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Dates

11 November 2024 - 24 November 2024

Where

Baku, Azerbaijan

Organisers

Ministry of Climate, Energy and Utilities, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Danish Industry, State of Green

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Programme: The Danish Pavilion at COP29

The Programme for the Danish Pavillion at COP29 is still to be decided. Stay updated on this page or sign up to our newsletter to get direct information about practicalities, events and opportunities at the Danish Pavilion at COP29 in Baku.

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A platform for public-private climate action

Denmark has set an ambitious climate goal: To reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 70% by 2030. COP29 will be yet another opportunity to discuss and share the green solutions needed to reach both national and global climate targets.

Every year, in collaboration the Danish Ministry of Climate, Energy and Utilities, State of Green, Danish Industry and the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs are organising the Danish Pavilion at the climate COP.

The Pavilion will located in the blue zone compromising several leading Danish companies, energy majors, financial players, organisations and NGO’s. The aim is to create a platform that brings together decision-makers and key opinion leaders from all over the world to spur new partnerships and engage in dialogue around public-private climate action for accelerated green transition.

The programme for the Danish Pavilion is still to be announced. Keep updated on this page or follow our newsletter to receive the latest news about the Danish Pavilion at COP29 in Baku, Azerbaijan.

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