In a new report, the Danish Council on Climate Change presents a string of recommendations to help Denmark reach its 2030 CO2 reduction goal. The transition requires both immediate implementation of existing technologies and a more long-term strategic effort.Read more
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A flower farm in Kenya invests heavily in sustainability to coexist with unique nature and wildlife. The P4G partnership Sustainable Special Economic Zones (SSEZ) is supporting with a masterplan to transform the flower park into a climate-friendly and sustainable industrial park with business growth and community inclusion at its core.
New EU directive map out how drinking water quality and supply can improve across the EU. Denmark has helped to focus on water waste in the revised EU directive aimed at ensuring consumers healthy and clean drinking water.
While climate change greatly affects water supply around the world, ensuring a more dependable and efficient water supply can limit CO2 emissions. This World Water Day revolves around the theme of climate change and water – a theme to be further discussed at the IWA World Water Congress 2020 in October in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The climate impact from new construction varies by up to 260 per cent dependent on material choices, concludes a new report with analyses of 60 new buildings’ climate impact. The most CO2-intensive factor is whether buildings are made of wood or concrete.
The green transition is valuable not just for the environment, but for job creation too. The Danish labour movement has just revealed initiatives in Denmark that they estimate will create up to 380,000 temporary jobs over 30 years, of those 17,000 will be permanent.
Kenyans living in arid or semi-arid lands can look forward to getting clean drinking water with half the usual downtime and less water wastage. The new partnership with Oxfam and Grundfos is supported by P4G – Partnerships for Green Growth and World Goals – to ensure better water supply in Kenya’s vulnerable areas.
On 26-28 February, a Saudi Arabian delegation visited Denmark with the purpose to gather inspiration for the realisation of “Qiddiya”, an entertainment, sports and arts destination that will be built outside the capital Riyadh.
In a new report, the Danish Council on Climate Change presents a string of recommendations to help Denmark reach its 2030 CO2 reduction goal. The transition requires both immediate implementation of existing technologies and a more long-term strategic effort.
Every year, the Indonesian capital Jakarta is sinking as waters are rising, making climate change a great threat to the country. A Danish environment and climate delegation along with a P4G platform launch are part of the solution.
The Danish government set an ambitious goal of cutting CO2 emissions by 70 per cent by 2030. A new report outlines how this goal can be achieved with huge savings by investing in energy efficiency.
Utilising linkages between sectors to best use renewable energy has a huge potential in the reduction of CO2 emissions. Digitised and energy efficient consumption, electrification and a comprehensive renewable energy system are all variables in the quest for huge CO2 reductions.
Danish wind technology and know-how is internationally sought-after as more countries are looking towards a green energy transition. Inspiration for a stronger wind energy sector is an important reason for Latvia’s Prime Minister to visit Denmark.