Denmark has banded together with 22 other nations in a new, global declaration, advocating stepping up climate change mitigation efforts, informs Danish Ministry of Energy, Utilities and Climate in a press statement.
The countries promise in the declaration to investigate possibilities for raising their own climate ambitions as well as ratifying "a strong set of regulations" for the Paris Climate Accord at COP24 in Poland this December.
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