It is situated between Rocky Mountains and Prairies in Canada. -
Calgary was ranked as the world's cleanest city by Forbes Magazine in 2007. -
Calgarians face steep fines for littering from cars and chucking cigarette butts on the ground - up to $1,000. -
The 75% of the city is powered by renewable energy. -
It has a central wastewater plant purifying up to 100 million litres of water per day.
- It is the capital of South Australia & considered to be one of the best cities to live in. - It is the one of the biggest environmental sustainable cities in Australia. - 85 % of all wastes is recycled by Adelaide?s recycling system implemented by activity officials. - It has one of the best urban designs of the country.
- It is located on the Island Oahu which is also a great tourist destination. - It acts as the main gateway of Hawaii and a major gateway into the United States. - It is decorated with cool green trees, smiling flowers and welcoming atmosphere everywhere. - It is also referred as "Tropical paradise in Hawaii".
- It is the sixth largest city in Japan. - The city of Kobe has different trash collection days for household waste, non-combustible waste and recyclables. - It implements the WHO Guidelines for Drinking Water Quality to ensure tap water safety. - It has finest transportation system in Japan with all types of public vehicles available in the city.
- Helsinki is capital city of Finland. - In Helsinki, environmental issues such as efficient use of energy and reduction of carbon dioxide emissions are of great importance. - Helsinki aims at eco-efficiency by making the urban structure denser, and by developing the public transport system. - It has one of the cleanest metropolitan areas in Europe in terms of air quality. - The city is a brimming hub of culture and education. - It is also ranked as "5th most livable city in the world.