Dan Jørgensen (S) has, since he was environment minister, pressed on the throttle on the green promises, and now his new, green image could also be seen in the ministry's logo.
the Word 'climate' has been moved forward, so the former Energy-, Utility - and Klimaministerium now called Climate-, Energy - and Forsyningsministeriet. Otherwise the new logo is completely identical with the old.
The small change has cost taxpayers across the 141.256,20 crowns.
It is in response, which climate minister has given the Danish Climate-, Energy - and Forsyningsudvalg 1. november.
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the Liberal party klimaordfører, Thomas Danielsen, shaking his head over the change.
- There have been no changes in the resort-area, and therefore I found it extremely odd that you found the need to low in the order. I think it is foolish to spend so much money on it. It is frås with taxpayers ' money, he says.
To the left is the logo of the old ministry, and to the right of the logo, where the 'climate' is moved fully forward.
He asked back in the beginning of October, the environment minister Dan Jørgensen (S) to account for the cost of the change.
the Minister has the answer, that the cost amount to the 141.526,20 crowns. He adds in response that you can't make up how many hours that is spent on the name change.
in Addition, is the cost of the signs to facade not included, because the ministry had to be moved physically and therefore already had to have new signs.
Envelopes and cards: 20.230,00 kr.
Update of templates: 29.700,00 kr.
Change of logos and domæneskift: 5.500,00 kr.
the Amendment of the intranet: 3.300,00 kr.
business cards: 600,00 kr.
the Changes with the State of it: 82.171,20 kr.
New domain: 45,00 dkk.
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Thomas Danielsen (V) are of the opinion that the budgeted costs are only the tip of the iceberg. It has also cost a lot in man hours to change the name.
- You have not got any value for money. If you had bought marcipanbrød or made the name change, it had created an equal value to society. This is what I think is problematic.
I just hope that it goes up to Dan Jørgensen, is that he must think before he just use the fix of the taxpayers money in this way, says Thomas Danielsen (V).
the Extra Leaf has been trying to get environment minister Dan Jørgensen (S) to answer the question of why you found it necessary to change the name. He refers to the answer he has given Climate - Energy - and Forsyningsudvalget, and have not further to add.