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BBC Travel rapports from inside REGAN Vest
8. maj 2023 BBC Travel has visited the atomic Cold War bunker REGAN Vest that recently opened its doors to the public. After being kept top-se...
Transforming Cities: How Dragør is working with nature to protect the city from rising sea levels
31. oktober 2022 Get an insight into some truly innovative climate adaptation work from Dragør Municipality in a new film.
Talking about failure – Opinion by Jesper Nygård
8. august 2022 Many projects both succeed and fail. Therefore, talking about failure takes a sense of nuance, and it’s important to not pass judg...
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Cities and the rising sea levels
Many coastal cities in Denmark are at risk of flooding due to rising sea levels. 18 Danish cities have partnered with the Danish Ministry of Environment and Realdania in order to develop new strategies for managing the risk of rising sea levels in a way that meets local challenges, opportunities and visions for urban development.
The DK2020 program was set up in 2019 to assist municipalities in preparing ambitious, local climate action plans that can lead the way to climate neutrality by no later than 2050. Two years in, no less than 95 Danish municipalities have joined the program, making Denmark the first country in the world where virtually all municipalities are drawing up climate actions plans to meet the targets set in the Paris Agreement.