01 Aug '11, 1pm

Small Country that Became a Big Leader

Perhaps other major players in the global field of renewable energy (United States included) could learn a lesson or two from Denmark and its people. Simply providing financial support may not be enough to promote and advance clean energy. Nations should work together to create suitable conditions for renewable energy development. The legislative policies should reflect the need for alternative energy sources. The industry should take public opinion into consideration when proposing new projects. And the people should be open-minded and reasonable when considering the possibility of alternative energy development in their communities. Following Denmark’s example of being friendly toward clean energy may be a step in the right direction to improve the environment and protect our planet.

Full article: http://www.environmentalleader.com/2011/08/01/small-count...

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