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Global Trends - Reykjavik, Iceland


Reykjavik runs hydrogen-fuele


Reykjavik, Iceland. This city earns the No. 1 spot by using hydrogen-fueled buses and renewable energy provided by geothermal and hydropower sources. In addition, Reykjavik plans to be fossil-fuel-free by 2050. In many ways, Reykjavik is an


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ideal destination for environ- mentalists and eco-travelers. It is a clean city that is powered mostly by sustainable energy (Iceland uses hydroelectricity and geothermal energy). It has stations that dispense fuel for hydrogen-powered vehicles. Unusual natural attractions


like volcanoes, glaciers and geothermal lakes make things exciting for eco-tourists, while the country’s generally green conscience will bring comfort to environmentally conscious travelers.


Reykjavik’s renewable energy


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