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Denmark Becomes First-Ever to Impose CO2 Emissions Tax on Agriculture

In a historic move, Denmark is set to introduce the world’s first CO2 tax on agricultural emissions, specifically targeting livestock. This landmark policy, achieved through broad agreement among farmers, industry, and environmental groups, aims to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The tax, beginning in 2030, will gradually increase by 2035, with revenues dedicated to supporting sustainable farming practices. This initiative highlights Denmark’s commitment to climate goals and sets a global precedent.

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