Danish sustainability framework finalised
A five-year framework policy for sustainable development in Denmark has been finalised, the country's prime minister announced on Friday, flanked by the ministers for economics and environment. All arms of government will be expected to respect the document's eight objectives and principles, which have a strong environmental slant. The strategy has undergone minor amendments after a public consultation, but is still broadly as proposed in March (ED 20/03/01), according to a government spokesperson. See official strategy webpages, including English-language summary.
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