Denmark as a Green Growth country

The Danish government has just launched a DKr 13.5 billion Green Growth plan that will ensure better conditions for the country’s nature and environment while allowing agriculture to develop.
Wednesday 13 May 2009 (8 years 9 months 7 days ago)
The Danish government has just launched a DKr 13.5 billion Green Growth plan that will ensure better conditions for the country’s nature and environment while allowing agriculture to develop.

The government’s Green Growth plan stipulates that 40% of farm animal manure must be used for green energy in 2020 and that, in time, all farm animal manure must be used as a source of energy. Initiatives to reach targets include a fund for starting investments in biogas and a biogas team to co-ordinate biogas activities around the country.

With its organic farming initiative in the Green Growth plan, the government will ensure that organic farming continues to develop healthily in Denmark.

The Green Growth plan also aims at modernising and liberalising the Danish farming legislation and giving farmers better opportunities for growth, as well as making it easier for them to raise capital.

http://www.fvm.dk/Default.aspx?ID=18488&PID=169747&NewsID=5558

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