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Learning Call on the Danish Climate Assembly

©BMK / Karo Pernegger (The Austrian Citizens’ Climate Assembly)

The Danish Climate Assembly is the latest in a series of climate assemblies at national level in Europe. What distinguishes the Danish Assembly from its predecessors is that it was organised in two phases and had the task of providing continuous input to the ongoing political negotiations. Lars Klüver, Director of the Danish Board of Technology and main moderator, Britta Gernaey, Assembly participant, Anna Paulin, Member of the Danish Parliament from the Social Democrats, and Ingrid Helene Brandt, PhD student at the University of Copenhagen, discussed with Graham Smith, Chairman of KNOCA, and took questions from the audience.

Key learnings from the learning call – Denmark


Lars Klüver
former Director
Danish Board of Technology (now Democrarcy x)
Britta Gernaey
Assembly participant
Danish Climate Assembly
Anna Paulin
Danish Parliament from the Social Democrats
Ingrid Helene Brandt
PhD student
University of Copenhagen
Graham Smith
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