Learning from Local Climate Planning in Denmark

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Denmark is set on a path to climate neutrality by 2050. National targets are in place to reduce GHG emissions by 70% in 2030. The DK2020 project started in 2019 at a national level to provide guidelines for all Danish municipalities to develop their Local Climate Plans (LCPs) according to C40 Cities’ Climate Action Planning Framework (CAPF) (C40, 2020). In 2023, towards the end of the DK2020 project, the UNESCO Chair on Urban Resilience at University of Southern Denmark, and Aalborg University performed a preliminary analysis of the LCPs for the Region of Southern Denmark. The aim was to provide an overview of the current planned efforts in the region’s 22 municipalities, identify key climate challenges, and provide insights on how regional support could enable further and better implementation of the LCPs.
Publikationsdato9 nov. 2023
StatusUdgivet - 9 nov. 2023
BegivenhedDesigning Resilience: Strategies for the Sustainable Development and Understanding of Urban Complexity - University of Genoa, Genoa, Italien
Varighed: 24 nov. 202325 nov. 2023


SymposiumDesigning Resilience
LokationUniversity of Genoa

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