These Are The 10 Most Environmental-Friendly Cities in Europe

Although we haven’t travelled lately, we are looking forward to our next flight. If you follow our blog you probably know already how much we missed traveling. Below are the 10 most environmental-friendly capital cities in Europe, as Polarity Technologies has learned from Travel Daily Media.

  1. Vienna, Austria
  2. Bern, Switzerland
  3. Helsinki, Finland
  4. Stockholm, Sweden
  5. Copenhagen, Denmark
  6. Amsterdam, Netherlands
  7. Oslo, Norway
  8. Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
  9. Berlin, Germany
  10. Ljubljana, Slovenia

Below are the factors that  CompareTheMarket has used to rank European cities, according to TD.

  • Green Spaces: Are there enough parks in the city that dissipate the heat in the urban area and locations where residents can unwind?
  • Public Transport: The sheer amount of cars on the road is one of the biggest contributing factors to air pollution and global warming and one way to minimise that is to encourage residents to take public transportation. However, convenience is also of vital importance.
  • Cycle Lanes: Bicycle is an eco-friendly mode of transportation. However, not every city is accommodating to cyclists.
  • Air and Water Quality: The quality of air and water of each, as well as the amount of harmful CO2 gases being produced.

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