related to ATMOsphere Europe 2011
published on 11 October 2011
Sørensen presents trends in uses and emissions of f-gases in Denmark before and after the introduction of use bans and taxes. He illustrates the effectiveness of different tools on reducing f-gases emissions, including support for f-gas alternatives, HFC tax and use bans, and discusses the lessons learnt from the Danish experience of implementing stricter f-gas policy.
Mikkel Aaman Sørensen
Sørensen has for several years been responsible for issues regarding ozone depleting substances and fluorinated greenhouse gasses. He was co-chair for the Montreal Protocol meetings in 2007 and 2008. In 2009 he chaired the negotiations on a global phase down of HFCs under the Montreal Protocol.
Sørensen holds a master’s degree in environmental biology from the University of Copenhagen. He graduated in 1986.