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Danish agri-food industry pledges to become climate-neutral by 2050

“A historical step that will secure Danish solutions to global challenges”

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The Danish agri-food sector aims to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050, but says this cannot come at the expense of production and will require increased public spending on research.


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