Which 10 countries have implemented successful initiatives to promote sustainable and energy-efficient cultural buildings?

1. Denmark – Denmark’s Ministry of Environment and Energy has implemented a program that provides funding for energy-efficient renovation projects on cultural and historic buildings.

2. Germany – Germany has a national initiative called “KlimaSchutzPlus” that provides funding and technical assistance for sustainable cultural buildings.

3. France – The French Ministry of Culture has created a certification program for energy-efficient cultural buildings, which includes guidelines for building design, operation, and maintenance.

4. Norway – Norway has implemented a range of policies and programs to promote energy-efficient and sustainable cultural buildings, including funding for renovation and new construction projects.

5. Sweden – Sweden has a national program called “Miljöbyggnad” that provides certification and technical assistance for sustainable buildings, including cultural buildings.

6. United Kingdom – The UK has a range of initiatives promoting sustainable cultural buildings, including the “Green Heritage Fund” which provides funding for energy-efficient renovation projects.

7. Netherlands – The Netherlands has implemented a range of policies and programs to promote sustainable cultural buildings, including funding for renovation and new construction projects.

8. Italy – Italy has implemented a number of initiatives to promote sustainable cultural buildings, including funding for energy-efficient renovation projects and support for the use of renewable energy.

9. Canada – Canada has a range of initiatives promoting sustainable cultural buildings, including funding for energy-efficient renovation projects and incentives for the use of renewable energy.

10. Australia – The Australian government has implemented a range of policies and programs to promote sustainable cultural buildings, including funding for energy-efficient renovation projects and support for the use of renewable energy.

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