H.E. Dan Joergensen
Minister of Climate, Energy & Utilities
- Europe’s Sustainable Global Partnerships: Opening Keynote Addresses
Dan Joergensen was appointed Minister for Climate, Energy and Utilities on June 27th 2019
Dan Jannik Jørgensen, born June 12th 1975 in Odense.
Member of the Folketing for The Social Democratic Party in Funen greater constituency from June 18th 2015.
Candidate for The Social Democratic Party in Middelfart nomination district from 2011.
Minister for Climate, Energy and Utilities from June 27th 2019.
Minister for Food, Agriculture and Fisheries December 12th 2013 ‒ June 28th 2015.
Vice-chairman of the parliamentary group of the Social Democratic Party.
Member of the European Parliament July 20th 2004 – December 11th 2013, president of the Animal Welfare Intergroup.
Vice-chairman of European Parliament Committee on Environment, Public Health and Food Safety. Head of the Danish delegation of Social Democrats in the European Parliament.
MSc (political science), Aarhus University, 2004.
External lecturer, Seattle University, 2012-2013.
External lecturer, Sciences Po, Paris, 2012-2013.
External lecturer, Danish Institute for Study Abroad, Copenhagen, 2011-2013.
Adjunct Professor, Aalborg University, 2016.
External lecturer, Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen, 2013.
External lecturer, Department of Political Science, Aarhus University, 2010.
Member of the board of AWE Center Nairobi, Center for Education and Humanity 2007-2010. Member of the advisory board of World Watch institute Europa 2011-2013.
Author of »Eurovisioner – Essays om fremtidens Europa«, Informations Forlag, 2006, »Grøn Globalisering – miljøpolitik i forandring«, Hovedland, 2007, »Politikere med begge ben på jorden hænger ikke på træerne«, Informations Forlag, 2009, »Mellem Mars og Venus – EU’s rolle i fremtidens verdensorden«, Forlaget Sohn, 2009, and »Grønt håb – Klimapolitik 2.0«, Forlaget Sohn, 2010. Co-author of »Beyond deniers and believers: toward a map of the politics of climate change« in Global Environmental Change, 2015.