"New Danish Models Gauge Climate Policy's Economic Impact"
- Denmark, a leader in green budgeting, is advancing with Denmark's Green GDP and GreenREFORM—an analytical tool assessing environmental and climate impacts of economic policies from 2015 to 2100. This reflects Denmark's commitment to integrating sustainability into economic evaluations.
- Location: Denmark
- Developed by a collaboration between researchers from the University of Copenhagen, Aarhus University, DREAM, and Statistics Denmark, innovative models are poised to amplify the voices of forests, the atmosphere, and endangered species within the Danish economy.
- By assessing the value Danes place on clean air, determining the cost of one ton of CO2 emissions, and establishing prices for water pollution, these models enable thorough evaluations of diverse climate policies. This information is pivotal in guiding the policy objective of achieving a 70% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030.
- https://en.fm.dk/ / 29th of November