The World’s 10 Greenest Cities

While many in the world are still throwing their soda cans out of the car window, the Scandinavians are leading the green movement globally. According to a Green Global Economy Index report published in 2014, four of the top ten greenest cities are located in Scandinavia.

Cities were judged by their leadership on climate change, transportation, green investments and environmental capital. Part of the in-depth inspection of 60 countries and 70 cities includes analysis of how these nations and cities are developing more environmentally-friendly economies. The goal, of course, is to provide cities, countries, leaders and investors with information on how their green efforts stack up in relation to others, and what they might do to improve upon existing policies and planning.

1. Copenhagen, Denmark

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Blackout City

What might London’s night sky look like without light pollution? Through some clever editing, videographer Nicholas Buer brings you the answer.

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Fall In Love With The Toronto Skyline In Under Three Minutes

As the most populous city in Canada’skyline grows, so too will your love for it. Don’t believe us? Check out this video.

Evicted From The Jungle: Homeless Driven Away in Droves

Supporters protest the evacuation of more than one hundred homeless people from The Jungle. Source: Miami Herald

Source: Miami Herald

Not all California residents are rejoicing about the rain this week. Situated at the heart of the Silicon Valley near tech giants like Google and Yahoo lies one of the country’s largest homeless encampments—The Jungle. Covering a space of about 74 acres, The Jungle was once home to countless homeless individuals over the years, often containing more than 300 residents at any given point. Now the camp is being disbanded, forcing numerous people to find shelter elsewhere.

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