Britons dreaming of moving abroad have plenty of amazing destinations to choose from. But which is the cleanest country in the world for British expats?
Denmark has been ranked the cleanest country in the world in research by the World Economic Forum, Yale and Columbia universities.
The beautiful Scandinavian country achieves excellent results when it comes to wastewater treatment and waste management.
Denmark also ranks well when it comes to protecting its wide variety of animal species and nature.
The former country also had some of the most comprehensive policies in the world to tackle greenhouse gas emissions and climate change.
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British tourists will also find plenty to explore in Denmark with many of the country’s attractions highly rated on Tripadvisor.
Copenhagen, the Danish capital, is one of the main tourist destinations in the country and has many iconic sites.
Many tourists travel to see the colorful traditional houses of Nyhavn which one visitor described as “perfect” on Tripadvisor.
Another visitor said: “Captivating and delightfully colourful, Nyhavn is one of Copenhagen’s most iconic sights.
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Perhaps surprisingly, the UK came fourth on the list with perfect scores for drinking water and sanitation.
All of the top 10 countries were located in Europe, with France and Germany also making the list.
Scandinavia topped the top 10 with Finland, Norway and Sweden among the 10 cleanest countries in the world.
Sweden has some of the lowest carbon emissions in the world while Norway strives to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions.
However, the main expat destinations, Spain and Portugal, were not on the list.