CO2 emissions are expected to increase despite Danish government's energy policy

CO2 emissions will likely increase by 5-10 percent by 2030, despite the Danish government's green additions to its energy policy, a confidential memorandum shows.

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The Danish government proposed its energy policy in April and declared that CO2 emissions are being reduced.

However, the government's own figures show another picture, writes Danish daily Politiken on Tuesday.

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