THE CLEANEST CITIES IN THE WORLD

The cleanest cities in the world attract many tourists as well as immigrants who want to change their place of residence and choose not only economic and social benefits but also the environmental situation as criteria for moving. Living in a community with a good ecology has a positive effect on both current health status and life expectancy in general.

Most cities on the planet face pollution problems. Nevertheless, the effectiveness of local government measures and the level of citizens' awareness of cleanliness issues are very different. Based on current data from the World Health Organization and international companies in the field of quality of life, let us highlight the cleanest cities in the world in 2023.

TOP 10 CLEANEST CITIES OF THE WORLD 2023 – LIST

CITY
1. Calgary
2. Helsinki
3. Luxembourg
4. Adelaide
5. Freiburg
6. Kobe
7. Wellington
8. Singapore
9. Zurich
10. Oslo

TOP 5 CLEANEST CITIES IN THE WORLD

CALGARY

Calgary

The cleanest city in the world in 2023 is Calgary. The third most populous city in Canada, it is home to about 1.2 million people. The center of the oil industry and a favorite destination for Canadian cowboys. Calgary deservedly ranks among the top 5 best cities to live in Canada. It has very clean air and one of the most efficient waste management systems in the world.

HELSINKI

Helsinki

Helsinki is a very beautiful, safe and modern city, perfectly combining advanced technology, hilly landscape and interesting architecture. The authorities of the Finnish capital carefully monitor the environmental situation and take timely measures to reduce air pollution. Helsinki is a great place to live in Finland.

LUXEMBOURG

Luxembourg

The third greenest city on the list is Luxembourg, capital of the small state of the same name. There are ancient castles and beautiful green forests, largely due to which the cleanest air is formed in the city. In addition, local laws impose very high taxes on vehicles, depending on the amount of carbon dioxide emitted.

ADELAIDE

Adelaide

Adelaide is a great place to work and live in Australia. It has a population of just over 1.3 million people. Adelaide government is actively trying to make its city as green as possible, providing residents with almost 100% renewable energy, monitoring carbon emissions and maximizing "greening" of the area with special areas and parks for recreation.

FREIBURG

Freiburg

Rounding out the ranking of the cleanest cities in the world is Freiburg. The university town located in southwest Germany. A popular tourist destination in the country with many attractions, including green gardens and parks. Industrial companies in Freiburg actively use wind and solar energy. And locals are switching to electric cars and trains en masse.

In conclusion, the cities with the worst environmental situation are mostly located in the countries of Southeast Asia – Delhi (India), Dhaka (Bangladesh), Ulaanbaatar (Mongolia) Kabul (Afghanistan), Jakarta (Indonesia) Kathmandu (Nepal), Hanoi (Vietnam), Manama (Bahrain), Beijing (China), Tashkent (Uzbekistan).

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