Scandinavian Cities Top European Green City Index

In a study released by Siemens AG and The Economist Intelligence Unit, Copenhagen tops the list of the greenest cities in Europe (out of a pool of 30 cities that were considered).
December 9, 2009, 1pm PST | Tim Halbur
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Warren Karlenzig comments, "Interestingly, all the laggard cities are located in either the former Soviet Union, or in former Soviet-controlled Eastern European nations. The difference between the overall highest ranking city, Copenhagen, at 87, and the lowest-scoring city, Kiev at 33 is substantial."

The rankings consider CO2, building efficiency, transportation, energy, water, waste, air quality, land use, and environmental governance.

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Published on Tuesday, December 8, 2009 in Green Flow blog
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