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Green Living – One of the Key Goals of Denmark

Creating a green and sustainable society is one of the key goals for Denmark. More than 20 per cent of Denmark's energy already comes from renewable energy, and the goal is to reach 100 per cent by 2050. Much of the renewable energy comes from wind turbines, where Denmark is a world leader when it comes to developing new technology. [caption id="attachment_907" align="alignleft" width="178"]Denmark Green Living Denmark[/caption] The Danish cycling culture is another example of a green and sustainable society and Copenhagen alone has around 400 km of cycle paths, and about 40 per cent of the capital's population commute to work by bicycle. Individuals interested in migrating to Denmark will be surrounded by a clean and healthy environment.   Bicycle culture   The Danes are well known for their love of cycling, and cities all around the world are now looking at ways to copy this phenomenon. It really is biking heaven for the cyclist in Copenhagen with over 390 kilometers of designated bike lanes.   Wind Energy   Wind is a major industry in Denmark employing around 25,000 people, and wind energy supplies more than 25 per cent of the electricity consumed in Denmark. The goal is to reach 50 per cent by 2020.   Copenhagen - the first carbon neutral capital in the world   Mayors, town planners and politicians from all over the world have often visited Copenhagen in recent years to study its bicycle traffic, district heating system or its waste management. In various respects Copenhagen is a role model for many of the world’s big cities when it comes to sustainable town development.   Sustainable projects   To lead a green and sustainable lifestyle can be many different things and for people interested in this lifestyle, migrating to Denmark will be a dream come true. In Denmark a lot of people strive to create a better environment by developing new and greener ways of living, greener transportation, town planning, industry, etc. and you can be a part of it, if you choose.   Source: http://denmark.dk/en/green-living

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