Latest publication: Status outlook, Denmark’s national climate targets & international obligations
The Danish Council on Climate Change (DCCC) launched the status outlook report 2022. The outlook centers on the Danish climate targets for 2025, 2030 and 2050.
In the outlook, the DCCC makes an assessment regarding the likelihood of reaching the targets, focus on central areas for climate policy, and relevant political measures to bring Denmark closer to reaching its targets. A central element of the report is the DCCC’s statutory assessment of whether the Danish government’s climate efforts have demonstrated how to reach the target of a 70 percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030.
Danish climate policy takes place on an international stage, where the EU in particular has an influence on the frameworks and options for Danish climate efforts. The DCCC’s outlook therefore focuses in particular on EU climate policy. The outlook also addresses global climate efforts