Denmark hopes green alliance with Seoul speeds up changeThe Danish Embassy released a document yesterday detailing the country’s best green practices and its green growth alliance with the Korean government.
A two-page document suggested the world is in a transitional period and emphasized that going green is not an option but something that governments, cities, corporations and consumers are compelled to pursue.
The document also mentioned the Global Green Growth Forum, a major international initiative created in cooperation with the Korean government to facilitate and accelerate the global transition to a green economy.
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