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27. April 2022

Climate partnerships

How to achieve one of the world’s most ambitious climate goals with recommendations from Denmark’s 14 climate partnerships
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Climate partnerships as an enabler

Reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 70 per cent by 2030. This is the ambitious climate goal set by the Danish government. But how do we get there? Building on the Danish tradition for public-private partnerships and recognising the private sector as a central actor, the Danish government has formed 14 climate partnerships. Each representing the different sectors in the Danish economy.

The 14 partnerships had been tasked with presenting a proposal on how their individual sector could contribute to CO2e reductions in a just way, supporting Danish competitiveness, exports, jobs, welfare and prosperity. This resulted in more than 400 recommendations.

An inspiration for businesses and governments

In the publication you will learn more about the structure of the climate partnerships. Discover the actors behind them, their visions, and most importantly, their recommendations for government action. While every country is unique, you may find their policy recommendations or suggested actions relevant when mapping out a path to tackle your own country or industry-specific challenges.

The climate partnership model

In the publication, you can – among other things – learn more about the model that made the 14 climate partnerships possible

Key take-aways

  • Learn how the climate partnerships are a new model for public-private climate action
  • Get inspired to set ambitious climate goals
  • Dive into your specific sector for concrete recommendations on how to reduce emissions
  • Explore which recommendations or suggested actions are relevant when mapping out a path to tackle your own country or industry-specific challenges

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