Morocco in 26th place in the world ranking of the greenest countries

Morocco occupies the 26th place in the Green Future Index 2021 of MIT Technology Review Insights. It is 1st in the MENA region and 2nd in Africa.

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The Green Future Index is a ranking of 76 leading countries and territories based on their progress and commitment to building a low carbon future. It measures the degree of pivoting of their economies, industries, agriculture and societies towards clean energies through investments in renewable energies, innovation and green finance.

The Green Future Index of MIT Technology Review Insights has just unveiled its 2021 ranking. a good position in 26th place globally, far ahead of South Korea (31st) or the United States (40th).

At the level of the MENA region, Morocco is at the head of the podium, before Israel (38th). he is also 2nd in Africa, just after Kenya (23rd).

In terms of clean innovation, Morocco is at the 5th place worldwide, just after Luxembourg.

Source : Green Futur Index 2021

The Kingdom is in 27th position in terms of climate policy, 41st in terms of CO2 emissions and green society and 47th on the basis of energy transition.

MIT Technology Review Insights believes that the kingdom has initiated, in recent years, an ambitious policy in terms of the fight against climate change and has launched major projects such as the Noor complex in Ouarzazate which aims to increase the share of renewable energies in the national electricity mix to more than 52% by 2030.

According to the same source, these actions will significantly improve Morocco’s score in the coming years.

At the top of the 2021 ranking is Iceland, Denmark and Norway. France, for its part, managed to take 4th place in this world ranking.

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April 08, 2021 at
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Modified 08 avril 2021 at 13:51

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