When you are a small party in a wider government coalition, it can be tough to stand your ground. That seems to be the case with Denmark's Konservative (The Conservative Party), after it backed down on its previous demand for CO2 reduction targets by 2030. Konservative makes up one of four political parties which constitute the current center-right "blue bloc" coalition governing Denmark, and the government has capitalized on the opportunity to abandon plans for an overall national CO2 reduction target for 2030.
This is according to Danish political media, Altinget.
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