It’s vital, now more than ever, that countries establish their ‘green credentials’, from the use of public transport and cycling infrastructures to a high quality of life and low CO2 production, but which European capital cities are leading the way?
A new study from comparethemarket.com has ranked 25 of Europe’s capitals on 10 green factors to reveal the continent’s most eco-friendly capital cities:
Low Air pollution: Dublin, Ireland
Water quality: Vienna, Austria
CO2 emissions: Vienna, Austria
Public transport: Berlin, Germany
Congestion: Ljubljana, Slovenia
Cycle paths: Vienna, Austria
Green spaces: Ljubljana, Slovenia
Quality of life: Bern, Switzerland
To view the research in full, click here.
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