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British Outpace Germans in Being Environment Friendly

by Rathi Manohar on June 21, 2010 at 7:32 PM
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British Outpace Germans in Being Environment Friendly

The British are more environment-friendly than Germans, according to a new survey.

Britain ranked sixth in a top ten European green league, while Germany landed the last spot, according to an EDF Energy poll, reports The Daily Star.

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The survey found that Germans are most likely to drive the biggest gas-guzzlers in Europe.nd about 57 percent leave TVs and other electrical appliances on standby overnight.

Source: ANI
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