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The Danish capital is a haven of green venues, organic food and quirky incentive options.
8am: Check in to the four-star Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers, which was named the greenest hotel in the world in October by professional tourism body Skal International.
It is the only carbon-neutral hotel building in Denmark and is covered in solar panels. It has 366 guest rooms and is located 50m from Scandinavia's largest shopping centre. Try the hotel's unusual environmental initiative, where guests can help generate electricity by using exercise bikes in the gym that are attached to the main power grid. If guests manage to produce ten watt hours of electricity, they receive a complimentary meal.
10am: Kick off with a meeting in one of the hotel's 12 rooms that hold between five and 90 delegates, or the ballroom that accommodates up to 500 guests for dinner. Grab lunch from the hotel's Nordic restaurant, which tries to source organic ingredients from no more than 185 miles from the hotel.
2pm: Orestad, the area surrounding the hotel, is …