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Historically strong presence as Denmark gears up for COP28

Marking the first Global Stocktake, COP28 is a crucial moment to take a long, hard look at the state of our planet and chart a better course for the future. Danish businesses, energy leaders and investors are set to make a significant impact at COP28 in the UAE as part of the largest-ever Danish business delegation at a COP.

The Danish Pavilion at COP28

Marking a historically strong presence, more than 30 Danish public and private partners will be showcasing green solutions at various side events in the Blue Zone at COP28 in UAE.

About the Danish pavilion

The coming COP is always the most important. COP28 in Dubai is no different. Marking the first-ever Global Stocktake, global leaders are set to evaluate the world’s progress on slashing greenhouse gas emissions and securing finance to spur climate action. At this critical junction, Denmark calls for a rapid increase in public-private climate collaboration, as the country travels to Dubai with the largest-ever Danish business delegation at a COP.

A global showcase at the Denmark Pavilion
In partnership with the Danish Ministry of Climate, Energy, and Utilities, Danish Industry, the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, State of Green is organising the Denmark Pavilion at COP28 in Dubai. Located in the blue zone, the Denmark Pavilion serves as a meeting point where international delegates and partners can engage with potential Danish collaborators, who are showcasing a diverse array of solutions within energy efficiency, renewables, green shipping, financing, agrifood, climate adaptation, e-fuels, water management and much more.

As a national platform, the Denmark Pavilion hosts around 40 side events through the climate conference, highlighting pathways to unleashing public-private climate action.

Check out the full programme.


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