Denmark strengthens green partnerships with China, Vietnam, Mexico, South Africa

Over the next five years, Denmark will dial up cooperation on climate change mitigation with four countries accounting for nearly one third of global GHG emissions.

Photo: Finn Frandsen

The Danish government now opts to strengthen collaborative efforts in climate change mitigation with China, the biggest CO2 emitter in the world, as well as Vietnam, Mexico and South Africa. A total of DKK 250 million (EUR 33.5 million) will be invested over a five-year period.

"The government's climate ambitions draw interest across the globe. Over decades, Denmark has built up strong competencies within renewable energy and energy-efficient solutions. We need to avert the climate crisis, and our administrative collaboration contributes to large-scale CO2 reductions to the benefit of our partner countries, the climate and Danish green businesses," says Minister of Climate, Energy and Utilities Dan Jørgensen in a statement.

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