Dorthe Dahl-Jensen is professor of ice physics at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen. She heads the university’s Centre for Ice and Climate, where researchers focus on ice core data to understand the climate of the past, present, and future. She also manages North Greenland Eemian Ice Drilling, the Danish International Polar Year’s ice core drilling program on the Greenland ice sheet.

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The Danish Commission on Climate Change Policy reported in 2010 that Denmark could be independent of fossil fuels by 2050 with a concomitant greenhouse gas emission reduction on the order of 80 percent compared to 1990 emissions. The commission defined independence from fossil fuels as no use of fossil fuels for energy in Denmark. Import […]

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