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Current air pollution problems in Denmark include ultrafine particles in our cities, and nitrogen fallout in parts of our countryside and marine areas. On a worldwide level, the most serious problem is the emission of CO2 (carbon dioxide) and other greenhouse gases that can contribute to global warming.
On these pages you can find results of air pollution monitoring, inventories of Danish emisssion to the air, information on air pollution models and much more (use the left menu).
We measure air pollution in Denmark and Greenland. We work with mathematical models that can describe how air pollutants are transported, converted and deposited. These models go into a level of detail that ranges from local pollution in a street to nationwide and global air pollution. We manage national Danish data reporting in accordance with international conventions such as the Climate Convention and the Geneva Convention on Long-Range Transboundary Air Pollution, as well as the European Union.
Over a period of many years, we have developed special expertise in combining measurements and model calculations to describe and assess air pollution and its impact on humans and nature.
Research regarding air pollution and emissions is carried out in the following sections:
DCE – Danish Centre for Environment and Energy provides consultancy services for the public sector and other bodies regarding air pollution and emissions in the areas of:
DCE offers services and consultancy to other public and private sector customers in all its areas of expertise. All consultancy services are based on internationally acknowledged research.
We can supply data, model tools for calculating air pollution, and expertise for assessing the extent of different problems in order to solve them most efficiently.
You can find more information about DCE’s consultancy services here.