Dr. Per Stig MÖLLER
Dr. Per Stig MÖLLER, Danish Minister of the Environment. Knight of the Order of the Lion, Senegal. 1976; Knight of Arms and Letters, France, 1984; Commander, 1991.
MÖLLER, Dr. Per Stig was born on August 27, 1942 in Frederiksberg, Denmark. Parents: Poul Möller and Lis Möller (née Jacobsen).
Frederiksberg Grammar School, 1959-1961. University of Copenhagen, Master of Arts, 1961-1967, and Doctor of Philosophy, 1973. Spoken languages: English, French, German.
Member of Folketing, since 1984. Spokesman of Cultural Affairs, 1984-1987. Spokesman of Foreign Affairs, since 1987.
Deputy Chairman, Board of Governors of Denmark Radio, 1985-1986, then Chairman, 1986-1987. Minister of the Environment, since 1990. Research Fellow, University of Copenhagen.
1967-1973; Head of Section for Culture, Denmark Radio, 1973-1974. Deputy Head of Department for Social and Cultural Affairs. Denmark Radio, 1974-1979.
Fellow, University of Paris, Sorbonne, 1976. Deputy Director, Denmark Radio. 1978-1984.
Malte-Bruns Litterære Kritik. Munksgaard, 1973. Pà Sporet af det Forsvundne Menneske, Gyldendal.
1976. Livet i Gogereden, Gyldendal, 1978. Orwels Hàb og Frygt, Gyldendal, 1983.
Nat uden daggry, Gyldendal, 1985.
Spouse Sally Jorgensen, 1970. Children: Asger, Esbem, Sidsel.