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Derek Robertson in tThe article,
“Inside Copenhagen’s race to be the first carbon-neutral city’’
by Dereck Roberston discusses
the different ways of ecological goals
in the Danish city of
Copenhagen hopes to achieve by 2025. Described as green
grow or and a Hedonistic sustainability plan it shows many ways to reduce in
the Danish capitol’s
use of carbon. This plan is beneficial not only for the
environment but also for economical reasons which areis
is referreferred toby Jacob Simonmsen.
Asmus Kjeldgaard, thanks to his perspective ideas
brought together 200 stakeholders,
from businesses to academia to citizen representatives, and helped them develop 22
specific business plans and 65 separate projects which will help in the
to achieve the goal of a
carbon neutral city. Also, Frank Jensen referring tothat
the nursery factor to actively achieve this goal is to care for the environment
and take responsibility for society in general has been an integral part of the
upbringing of many Danes.Finally, tThis example also shows that to combine this
transition with economic growth and market opportunities for businesses,
and from this example other countries can learn from it.
As hedonistic sustainability.
In Copenhagen, its green transformation goes
hand-in-hand with job creation, a growing economy and a higher quality
of every dayeveryday
life. The pPlan contains 100 new wind turbines;
a 20% reduction in both heat and commercial electricity consumption
and also to a switch from car and public transport to bikes.
Thanks to these actions the use of Cc02
was reduced by 42%&
since 2005. But most importantly the Danish capital’s carbon
transformation has happened alongside a 25% growth in its economy
over two decades.