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  • Published: Jun 17th, 2010
  • Category: Europe
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The Danish Island that went Carbon Negative

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Denmark is primarily a nation of 444 islands, 76 of them inhabited. The capital Copenhagen is located on the largest island Zealand, and the second largest island Funen is the home of Hans Christian Andersen.

These days the Danish island most in the news is Samsoe, situated between Jutland and Zealand. Twice the size of Manhattan, the island used to be known mainly for its delicious strawberries and potatoes.

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Is the Internet Carbon Negative? Yes, Says Sun

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Keep shopping on Amazon and playing World of Warcraft, you electronic shut-ins. You’re helping the environment.

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Swindon could become first carbon-negative town in UK

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