About the Climate Partnerships
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.
The 14 partnerships
This partnership represents the aviation sector in Denmark.
This partnership represents the shipping and maritime industries in Denmark.
This partnership represents the retail and commercial sector in Denmark.
This partnership represents the construction industry in Denmark.
This partnership represents the Danish defence sector.
Energy and utilities
This partnership represents the energy and utilities sector in Denmark.
Energy intensive industry
This partnership represents the energy intensive industry in Denmark.
This partnership represents the financial sector in Denmark.
Food and agriculture
This partnership represents the food and agriculture sector in Denmark.
This partnership represents companies and organisations working with inland transportation in Denmark.
Life science and biotech
This partnership represents the life science and biotech sector in Denmark.
This partnership represents the manufacturing sector in Denmark.
Service, IT and consultancy
This partnership represents the service, IT and consultancy sectors in Denmark.
Waste, water and circular economy
This partnership represents companies and organisations working with waste, water and circular economy in Denmark.
Small country, big ambitions
Despite its modest size, Denmark has set one of the world’s most ambitious climate goals: to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 70 per cent by 2030 (compared to 1990 levels) and reach net zero emissions in 2050 at the latest.
Denmark’s own contribution to reducing CO2e may be a drop in the ocean globally. To ensure significant impact, we need all nations to commit to the green transition.
Denmark wants to lead by example, collaborate across borders and share experiences on our journey towards 2030 to reach our shared goals, and most importantly help accelerate the green transition globally.
Reducing CO2e by 70 % by 2030
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