Most 'green' countries

Scientists at Yale University have made a rating of countries, taking into account a number of factors.
Countries are scored on a scale stoballnoy.

In fifth place Norway - 81.1 points. By 2030, Norway will become a country with virtually no industrial emissions of CO2. Already, the country is taking steps to reduce carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere, looking for ways to reduce emissions. To achieve this, the government is making the procurement of equipment and technologies. There are currently plans to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 40%.

Incidentally, the steps are not purely scientific, but also economic. For those motorists who have a car with the engine on diesel fuel should pay more. In addition, Norway paves the additional railway line to save the inhabitants of the country from having to travel by car over long distances. The country is also tidies landscapes, disturbed previously.

In fourth place Sweden - 86.0 points. While the rest of the country are experiencing hard times because of the need to always pay more for fuel, going to Sweden already in 2020 to transfer all the houses on the fuel-free mode. No, the government has not gone mad and not going to turn off all heating and gas. Sweden gradually shifting to renewable energy sources.


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