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Denmark increases its contribution to UN Environment in 2019

11.04.2019  12:33
It is a priority for the Danish government to ensure an effective international environmental cooperation. UN assesses that especially on the environmental part of the Sustainable Development Goals there is a lack of progress. Therefore, the Danish government has chosen to increase its contribution to UN Environment in 2019.

Denmark has long had a good working relationship with UN Environment, and with the appointment of Inger Andersen as executive director for UN Environment, there is confidence in that UN Environment will create even better results in future. She has been Director General for the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) since 2015 and has more than 30 years of experience in development economics and sustainable environment and has the ability to create effective results.

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