Top 5 most read news in October 2018

By State of Green, November 06, 2018

The following five news articles were the most read at during the month of October, 2018. This is your chance to catch up on news items you may have missed that were popular with our readers. The news stories are organised in descending order, with the most read story appearing first.

Denmark to open a new wind energy centre in India
In the coming years, India will become one of the world’s largest markets for sustainable energy, and the Indians are especially interested in wind energy. That is why Denmark is going to open a Danish-Indian knowledge centre for the development of wind energy in the country. Read more.

Exceeding targets: Danish companies will recycle 200,000 extra tonnes of plastic
Danish companies have committed to recycling 202,400 tonnes of plastic. That’s double the amount the EU is aiming for. At the Danish Brewers’ Association, 50 percent of members’ plastic consumption must be recycled in 2025. Read more.

Kenyan chief executives inspired by the Danish plastics industry
In Kenya, they use street collectors; in Denmark, we use robots. The Kenyan plastics industry looks to Denmark for inspiration after Kenyan chief executives and industry organisations visited Danish plastic companies. Read more.

US delegation visits Denmark to learn more about the Danish approach to biogas
At the end of September, Denmark played host to a group of 14 waste and biogas professionals from the USA that were visiting the country to learn more about the role of biogas in the Danish energy system. Chris Voell, Director, US Environmental Protection Agency’s AgSTAR Program and Co-Chair of the Global Methane Initiative Biogas Subcommittee was one of the delegates. Read more.

Less talk, more action: Copenhagen to welcome broad coalition of actors for global green growth summit
In just a few days, the Danish capital will host the P4G Copenhagen Summit. The two-day event gathers a diverse group consisting of government leaders, international organisations, businesses, academia, and civil society with the aim of creating partnerships that will accelerate progress on the Sustainable Development Goals. Read more.

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