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Green growth: a viable option for Europe?
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Surrounded as we are by boats, water and the wind – it’s quite easy to think of ‘green’ as a sort of free-living lifestyle. But this is a serious business, that’s taking the world into a new global economy.

In this edition of Real Economy, we head to Copenhagen, to take a look at how Denmark is making green not just a colour but a way of life. Whilst there, Jeremy Wilks tries on the Danish green lifestyle for size, to see if it could be a good economic fit for the rest of Europe.

Finally, Euronews presenter Maithreyi Seetharaman meets Jeremy Rifkin, author and advisor to world leaders, to discuss the growth and jobs that can be created by a green Europe, in spite of a recessionary environment.

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