edie's big fat sustainabiliy quiz of the year: 2020 edition

Take edie's 2020 quiz of the year to test your knowledge on some of the biggest moments in the global sustainability space 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?

2002 has been the year that nobody expected. But amid the backdrop of a global pandemic, the green recovery movement has taken shape and the net-zero transition is gathering pace. Moreover, Covid-19 has shown how well and truly all environmental, social and economic risks and opprtunities are interconnected. 

And with 2021 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 did new Chancellor Rishi Sunak allocate the Treasury's green funding packages? What new decarbonisation targets have been set? 

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


A very edie Christmas 

Looking for more seasonal content? Why not take the time to read these articles too: 

- Catch up on the biggest sustainability stories of 2020, month by month

Listen to the Christmas 2020 special of edie's Sustainable Business Covered Podcast 

Read five top tips on making 2021 a 'super year' for sustainability 

Hear content editor Matt Mace's thoughts on what 2020 meant for climate action 

Bookmark some facts and stats about the environmental impact of Christmas


Sarah George



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