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January 2018
Nordic Council of Ministers, Arbejdsgruppen for Holdbar Konsumtion og Produktion (HKP)
The report Nordic Best Practices presents fifteen initiatives on the themes of Sustainable Buildings and Construction and Sustainable Food Systems. They are presented in a manner designed to facilitate a comparison of their respective strengths, key results, and novelty as well as to draw lessons learned of each particular case.
May 2016
Energy Efficiency Watch

The overall target of the Danish government is to reduce total greenhouse gas emissions in Denmark by 40% by 2020 compared to 1990.

May 2016
Energy Efficiency Watch

Nordsyn surveillance cooperation for green products intends to improve the efficiency of market surveillance of Ecodesign and energy labelling.

May 2016
Energy Efficiency Watch

The Danish Energy Efficiency Obligation (EEO) represents one of the most important elements of the Danish energy efficiency policy package. The overall aim of the EEO is the promotion of cost-effective energy savings in all end-user sectors of the Danish economy.

February 2016
Nordic Council of Ministers
The report Nordic best practices: Relevant for UNEP 10YFP of sustainable consumption and production presents nineteen initiatives on the themes of sustainable lifestyles and education and sustainable public procurement. They are presented in a manner designed to facilitate a comparison of their respective strengths, key results, and novelty as well as to draw lessons learned of each particular case.
July 2014
Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI), Green Growth Best Practice (GGBP)

In Denmark decades of monitoring of water quality has played a key role in driving policy improvement and the technologies needed to ensure clean water, translating into opportunities for green growth.

October 2012
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

This case study concentrates on the island of Lolland in the Region Zealand in Denmark, home to 46,000 people. It used to be a manufacturing and agricultural powerhouse due to its shipbuilding industry and intensive sugar beet production, supported by Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) subsidies.