The Danish Government's goal is to enter into a binding global climate agreement at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, December 7 through December 18 2009. The agreement will apply to the period after 2012. The government’s ambition is for the agreement to include as many countries as possible, and that the agreement must contribute to a reduction in man-made greenhouse gases which have a negative effect on our climate system.
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