”Copenhagen has one of the world's most ambitious climate plans and is on track to reduce CO2 emissions to zero by 2025. There are great opportunities for C40 in opening an office in Copenhagen to draw on the knowledge here. The city has created a wide range of green solutions in urban planning, energy, cycling infrastructure and much more, which cities all over the world want to learn from,” said Simon Hansen, Head of C40 Copenhagen office.
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Copenhagen is a green front runner
Frank Jensen, Lord Mayor of Copenhagen and Vice Chair of the C40 network, is excited about the decision:
"That C40 is opting to set up a base in Copenhagen is an official recognition of the city’s position as a green leader. This will encourage still more mayors around the world to look at Copenhagen’s solutions for inspiration in developing their cities," said Frank Jensen.
Read more about the C40 here.