Before the elections went, all the parties in the red block into that the Parliament would derive from 0.0 grams of CO2 in the year.
But both the Social democrats, SF and The Radical has now been to decide that Mps may be asked some of the Armed helicopters or Hercules aircraft available when the 16. march, a quick trip to Jutland in order to mark the 100th anniversary of reunification.
"the Parliament must show the way to a more green and sustainable Denmark", said the reasons for the CO2-neutrality from the red parties.
Particularly SF's member of the Parliamentary Bureau, Trine Torp, was up on the green horse:
- We must do it as soon as we possibly can. When we are ambitious on Denmark's behalf, should the Parliament go to the front. We must each do our own, she said.
But now she is so used to the Hercules-trip, between Roskilde and Sønderborg, round-trip.
the Extra Leaf has unsuccessfully tried to get a comment from Trine Torp.
But the party miljøordfører, Carl Valentin, is not backing the airborne transport, where the only green element is the color of the military hardware.
- Is it the right transport, Carl Valentin?
- Now I do not know completely, what considerations you have made. But immediately I will say, that it is not a particularly climate-friendly mode of transport. So if I'm going on the trip, I will come to Sønderborg in a different way.
- What do you think of your generals is a co-organizer?
- I'd rather go with her first. I don't know what that is for the reason for it. It can be, it is because it is a very big historical event.
- it Would be able to apologise for it?
- I know damn well not.
- So think about, now we have each other. It would be able to apologise for it?
- No, I know damn not, though it can. You must generally try to align themselves in a way that reduces our for feeding a family. So, the most sensible would be to transport themselves in the train or in the bus or car, as it just best suited for you, says Carl Valentin.
- if you Think that this trip lives up to your words, nice to show the way for climate-friendly transport in Denmark?
- No, it's damn sure not the most environmentally friendly transport, it has you completely right. But it is still the way, SF will go. We are still working on, that Parliament must be climate-neutral.
- Should SF not be marked itself as a clear opponent of the flight in the Hercules aircraft, when trains on the same route?
- It you might. But of course it is a single case. Some times it is necessary to fly.
- But surely not in the Hercules aircraft?
- No, it is quite unnecessary, says miljøordføreren.
the Extra Leaf has also attempted to get a comment from The Radical, which also sits in the Parliamentary Bureau, which planned the trip.
According to the Parliamentary president, Henrik Dam Kristensen (S), is the Hercules or helicopter transport "a pragmatic solution", because the planes still need to fly.