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The 10 Greenest Countries in the World

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If you’ve ever wondered which are the greenest countries in the world, you’ve come to the right place. The grass is always greener on the other side, or so they say. Well, in nearly literal terms, the grass is actually greener (or at the least the environment as a whole is) in some countries and cities compared to others. Indeed, some countries have a much greener environment with larger swaths of natural environment both inside and outside of their cities.

“Being green” has come to mean much more than just the amount of natural environment however, it now also represents the level of consciousness of environmental care and pro-ecological behavior in a country or region, and how well they protect their delicate ecosystems from human encroachment, and that factors into the rankings of the greenest countries in the world.

Green spaces have proven to be a key factor regarding the quality of life within a city or country. Especially in populated cities where everyday life is stressful, hectic, and intense, green areas help people relax and regain some peace. But big cities, nicknamed ‘concrete jungles’, don’t usually have green spaces to rest and connect with nature in this way. This has become a problem in some places, reducing the individual’s quality of life. We have compiled a list featuring the Top 20 Countries With The Best Quality of Life. Taking into account the Human Development Index, a statistical score which takes income, life expectancy, and education, the list reveals a ranking of the top nations with leading quality of life standards worldwide.

Moreover, over the past decades, governments have become more and more concerned with the effects of global climate change. This tendency led several countries to adopt new environmental policies, promoting sustainable initiatives and conscious living choices. According to the Environmental Performance Index (EPI), an index that includes 20 factors which indicate how “green” a nation is, we can consider the different countries’ behavior, regarding sustainable practices.

We have compiled a list of the ten greenest countries in the world from that index. Some of these have been developing for quite some time now different politic ideologies towards environmental care and improving sustainable solutions. Check out our list and find out which countries are considered the greenest in the world!

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