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July 16, 2018
6 Countries famous for their love of green technology
Francesca Brady

Systematic support is obviously essential for improving environmental standards and advancing smart technology, so it’s not surprising that some countries are ahead of the pack. Excitingly some smaller countries belong among the world’s elite when it comes to green technology adoption. When awareness about the importance of environmental protection is pervasive at the top of the government, businesses are much more likely to follow a similar line of reasoning. That’s why the following examples are inspiring for tech companies like Asset Mapping; but also for businesses looking to improve their own ecological footprint:


Japan

As a global technological leader, Japan is in a great position to dictate directions of research, and right now the nation is clearly oriented towards a more sustainable model. According to the national strategy adopted in 2016, there will be an emphasis in the near future on production of solar and hydrothermal energy, development of cleaner storage batteries, and control of CO2 levels.


Sweden

Thanks to its unique geographic position and low population density, this Scandinavian country has vast swaths of untouched nature and intends to protect it.  In 2015 Sweden decided to start working towards complete elimination of fossil fuel burning and switch to a fully sustainable energy model. The country is also an innovator when it comes to workplace safety and worker health protection.


Canada

Blessed with abundant natural resources, Canada is one of the largest producers of sustainable energy in the world, with hydrothermal plants complemented by wind farms and solar panels. With a population receptive to ecological initiatives, this is a country with excellent potential to assume the mantle of lead innovator in the green tech sector.


Switzerland

This Alpine nation is famous for its mountain rivers as much as for its banks. Its waterways are pristine, and water from its rivers remains in potable condition. High level of ecological consciousness is another aspect of Swiss society that often impresses and inspires other Countries – this is a smart country that uses the latest technology to keep its streets and offices clean and healthy.


Costa Rica

Costa Rica actively promotes eco-tourism and has achieved a heavy reliance on renewable sources for electricity production. Adoption of electric cars is also on the rise, as the country makes its bid to become one of the rare carbon-neutral nations in the world.


Iceland

Situated on a volcanic island in Northern Atlantic, Iceland is literally sitting on amazing amounts of energy. The country has been innovative in terms of exploitation, using deep drilling equipment to extract hot water from the ground. As a result, the majority of households are heated directly from geothermal sources, while melt water from the glaciers is used to produce electricity.


Green technologies are conquering every corner of the Earth, and the smartest strategy is to embrace them. Contact the Asset Mapping 
team to learn how you can make your office greener today.



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