In this year’s Advent Calendar, we present State of Green's top 24 most popular green news stories from 2016.
Christmas is around the corner and 2016 is coming to an end. It has been a year full of green news across energy, water, resources and climate adaption.
In this year’s Advent Calendar we look back at the 24 most popular green news stories from 2016, which will be presented to you day by day.
Each day, from 1-24 December, we reveal a green news item, starting from the 24th most popular one, and continue our countdown to the 24th of December, where 2016’s highest rated news story will be revealed.
Below, you can see an overview of the Top 24 green news stories, which is updated on a daily basis in December. You can also follow us on Facebook, Linkedin and/or Twitter to get a daily update on the countdown.
TOP 24 GREEN NEWS FROM 2016:
- Number 1: First Water Treatment Plant in the World to Generate 50% Electricity Surplus
- Number 2: 42%: Danish Wind Power Sets World Record Again
- Number 3: Denmark #1 in World Energy Council’s Energy Sustainability Report
- Number 4: The World’s Biggest Wind Turbines Inaugurated in Denmark
- Number 5: New White Paper: Sustainable Urban Transportation
- Number 6: Danish Architects Win International Competition to Design World’s Largest Waste-to-Energy Plant in Shenzhen, China
- Number 7: Danish Water Runs in the White House
- Number 8: Denmark Opens First Food Waste Supermarket Selling Surplus Produce
- Number 9: Danish Water Technology in Record High Demand
- Number 10: New White Paper on District Energy
- Number 11: City of Copenhagen Launches the World’s First Big Data Platform for Cities
- Number 12: The World’s Longest Wind Turbine Blade can Hold Ten Elephants
- Number 13: Copenhagen getting a Smart City Lab
- Number 14: Lowest Energy Consumption in More than 40 Years
- Number 15: Liveable City: Copenhagen’s Buses Cut Pollution
- Number 16: New White Paper: Circular Economy
- Number 17: Giant battery to Power New District in Copenhagen
- Number 18: Bio Plant for Handling Unsorted Household Waste Without Prior Treatment in the UK
- Number 19: Animated Short Film about Denmark’s State of Green
- Number 20: New White Paper: Urban Innovation for Liveable Cities
- Number 21: Denmark in Top Five among the World’s Best Electricity Systems
- Number 22: New White Paper: Financing the Green Transition
- Number 23: Using Rainwater as a Resource in New Danish Hospital
- Number 24: Solar Power will Cover 8% of Electricity Consumption by 2025
Merry Christmas and a Heappy New Year form the State of Green Team.