More and more cities are adapting their lives to a more sustainable consumption style, adopting greener and less harmful habits such as recycling purchases and avoiding plastic packaging as much as possible.
In 2020, more than half (53.9 percent) of Denmark’s waste was recycled, and its consumption footprint was reduced by 14.26 percent between 2010 and 2020. Textile waste is also relatively low compared to other countries on the ranking, with the country producing 18,134 tons each . year.
As far as flea markets and antique shops go, the thrift scene in Denmark is slightly better than the Finnish scene with 36 more such establishments.
Source: The Nordic Page