In Denmark, there are two beneficiaries taking part in the project: Amphi International and Silkeborg Municipality. Amphi is responsible for the organization of a study tour to the restored peatlands in Denmark, to facilitate an experience exchange opportunity between experts. Silkeborg Municipality is tasked with organizing seminars for politicians and experts with the aim of informing on how to put all available data into the national climate reporting format. In addition, Silkeborg Municipality will share their strategy for being CO2-neutral by 2025, especially their efforts in peatland management and restoration. Moreover, experts from Danish universities will present their research on GHG emissions from both degraded and restored peatlands.