A study released at the UN Climate Change Conference named Copenhagen, Denmark as the greenest city in Europe. The cities studied were evaluated on eight categories: CO2 emissions, energy, buildings, transportation, water, air quality, waste and land use, and environmental governance. Copenhagen, along with several other Scandinavian cities, ranked high on the list partly due to a high gross domestic product per capita which allows Scandinavian countries to invest in environmental protection.
Vaxjo, Sweden has currently been said in three sources I have looked at as the greenest city in Europe. It has the world’s best sustainable development program and only has one power plant for the entire city. Vaxjo’s energy supply comes mainly from woodchips and biomass waste. The gases produced by the power plant are also converted into liquid and used for household purposes.
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