25 Feb '15, 9pm

INFOGRAPHIC: Discover the cleanest cities in the world

There’s a movement afoot to find ways to create cleaner cities: Birmingham, England is slashing emissions like a CO2 ninja, while Oslo boasts the honor of having not a single landfill. Copenhagen is shooting to be carbon neutral by 2025 and Chicago is covering its rooftops in luscious greenery . Check out this infographic, brought to you by Hassle , to find out which cities are the cleanest and how they are making their city – and the planet - sparkle.

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The Cleanest Cities In The World

The Cleanest Cities In The World

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28 cleanest cities in the world

28 cleanest cities in the world

treehugger.com 27 Feb '15, 12am

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#1DOrlandoQnA - Cities:

youtube.com 28 Feb '15, 3pm

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Urban Demographics: Elderly Cities by https://t...

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#Luiis_3x ] Scientists discover new Ruby Seadra...

inhabitat.com 24 Feb '15, 11am

Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego made the discovery while researching the two known species of seadrago...

The human footprint as seen through our power c...

inhabitat.com 27 Feb '15, 3am

We have all seen satellite images of the Earth before, but Canadian scientist Felix Pharand Deschenes has gone one step fu...

INFOGRAPHIC: How many miles do elevators in the world's tallest buildings travel a year?

INFOGRAPHIC: How many miles do elevators in the...

inhabitat.com 24 Feb '15, 5pm

Super-tall skyscrapers are more en vogue now than ever, but what is it like living in one? And more specifically, how long...

INFOGRAPHIC: Why Organic Cotton is the Most Eth...

inhabitat.com 23 Feb '15, 8am

For those who may be unaware, there is a common and saddening epidemic that exists in today’s textile industry, where impo...

Urban Demographics: Elderly Cities

Nanmoku is the city with the oldest population in Japan . It has 22 thousand inhabitants, of which 52.7% are older than 65...

The Great Intensification Debate: What's Better for Cities?

The Great Intensification Debate: What's Better...

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6 Awesome (and Unexpected) International Cities...

inhabitat.com 22 Feb '15, 5pm

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Climate change is going to hurt more than just ...

inhabitat.com 28 Feb '15, 2pm

There’s a long list of things that will suffer because of extreme climate change – but did you know that your health is on...

Architecture as if People and the Planet Matter...

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Scientists discover the world's strongest natur...

inhabitat.com 20 Feb '15, 3pm

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