Danish Climate Council projects greater distance to nation's green goals

This year’s annual climate status and prognosis report issued by the Danish Energy Agency foresees greater emissions in 2025 against the preceding forecast – despite ratified strategies. National targets pursuant to EU aims are also in jeopardy.

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Denmark’s achievement of national climate objectives for 2030 now seems even further on the horizon.

So comments the Danish Council on Climate Change in this year’s climate status and prognosis report issued by the Danish Energy Agency (DEA), data from which show 2025 emissions being higher than last year’s projection – despite policies set to ensure reduced emissions. This creates uncertainty, the council notes.

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