The big fat sustainabiliy quiz of the year: 2018 edition

Take edie's 2018 sustainability quiz of the year to test your knowledge on some of the biggest moments in the global sustainability agenda over the past 12 months.

How well do you remember some of this year's biggest green business stories?

How well do you remember some of this year's biggest green business stories?

Between new business commitments, policy announcements and scientific warnings, there's hardly been a dull moment for sustainability and energy professionals this year. 

And with 2019 just around the corner, now is the perfect time to reflect and recap on some of the biggest stories of the year. 

When was Earth Overshoot Day, for example? Where is the UK's largest battery storage facility? And just how cheap has solar power become? 

With this in mind, edie's editorial team has put together a quiz that will tell you whether you're a sustainability superhero, or if you need to be following the green business news a little more closely in the New Year.  

 

Read more about some of these stories: 

- Merlin Entertainments' reverse vending machine trial (Q1)

- The EAC's fast fashion hearing (Q4)

- Inside the UK's disposable fashion problem (Q5)

- Earth Overshoot Day 2018 (Q6)

- Sainsbury's becomes first UK supermarket to stock edible insects (Q7)

- A look back at COP24 (Q8)

- Wind power breaks 100% threshold for Scotland's electricity demand (Q9)

- Pivot Power installs Premier League's first battery storage facility (Q10)

- UK's largest battery storage array comes online (Q11)

- Pukka Herbs becomes smallest firm to have 1.5C targets approved (Q12)


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