Climate News Round-Up: 1.6 degree rise in January and February in Denmark since 1990

The Copenhagen Post | Jan 17, 2020 at 2:05 PM
  • Over the 30 years ending in 1990, the average temperature in January and February in Denmark was zero degrees, but since then there has been a 1.6 degree rise as part of an overall 1.0 rise.
  • Endangered species numbers have risen tenfold in a decade The Danish Rødliste, a list of all the country’s endangered animals, plants and fungi, now includes 13,276 species – up from around 1,300 in 2010.
  • Ørsted ranked the world’s most sustainable corporation Danish companies have taken the top two places in Corporate Knights’ 16th annual ranking of the world’s 100 most sustainable corporations.