Top 10 environment-friendly countries in the world

Expats recently rated countries based on environment, and policy surrounding its protection. Conducted by InterNations, an expat-based resource website, it took into account 15,000 people who left their countries of birth.

 

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Finland

98 per cent expats in Finland perceive the overall natural environment positively, while 95 per cent were happy with the air quality.

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Sweden

95 per cent expats in Sweden perceive the overall natural environment positively, while 88 per cent were happy with the availability of environment friendly goods.

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Norway

93 per cent expats in Norway perceive the overall natural environment positively, while 89 per cent felt that the government takes climate change seriously.

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Austria

97 per cent expats in Austria perceive the overall natural environment positively, while 91 per cent were happy with the country’s waste management efforts.

 

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Switzerland

83 per cent expats in Switzerland perceive the overall natural environment positively, while 91 per cent were happy with the air quality.

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Denmark

It is one of only a few countries in the world, which do not have an Independence Day. Denmark instead celebrates Constitution Day on June 5. On the day, Danish Constitution was signed. 

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New Zealand

96 per cent expats in NZ perceive the overall natural environment positively, while 85 per cent expressed claimed the government takes climate change seriously.

 

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Germany

90 per cent expats in Germany perceive the overall natural environment positively, while 86 per cent expressed satisfaction with the availability of environment friendly goods and services.

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Canada

96 per cent expats in Canada perceive the overall natural environment positively, while 71 per cent claimed the Canadian population is interested in environment.

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Luxembourg

92 per cent expats in Luxembourg perceive the overall natural environment positively, while 78 per cent expressed satisfaction with the air quality.

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