TOP 5 MOST SUSTAINABLE COUNTRIES
ONCE A YEAR, GO SOMEPLACE YOU'VE NEVER BEEN BEFORE.”
- DALAI LAMA
Most of the energy used in Switzerland is obtained from hydroelectric power. The rest of the energy is obtained through nuclear power plants. The energy production results in a very low carbon footprint. Switzerland has been protecting and designated a lot of land to national parks. With its greenery spread and a large area protected, it scores high in biodiversity & habitat.
A shift away from industrialization over the past decades has resulted in the improvement of France's environment. With its rigorous effort and government policies, France is ranked very high. As a member of the European Union, France is trying to impart changes in its environmental policies to reduce its environmental concerns. France is still coping with the legacy of its industrial past. To ensure the reduction in emissions, France is following national and territorial action plans. About 30% of the energy source used is renewable in France.
Denmark's major goal is to create an environmentally sustainable community. The country has already started a journey to meet its goal. The country aims to achieve a goal of 100% renewable energy by 2050. Wind energy and cycling culture of Denmark contributes a lot to its good environmental condition. Denmark tops air quality due to its action on climate change & energy.
Malta is a small island state with limited resources and high population density. In 2012, the Maltese government adopted the sustainable development act which reframed the law and order to mainstream sustainable development in its politics. In 2017, Malta switched its primary source of energy from heavy fuel oil to natural gas.et, Krabi, Koh Phi Phi, and Koh Lipe. Other favorites include Ko Tao, Ko Pha-Ngan, Ko Samui and Surat Thani.
Swedish cities have taken steps to reduce the country's greenhouse gas emissions. The country is developing technologies that obtain 100% of its energy from renewable and recycled sources. Most of the energy source is from harnessing heat and sunlight.