Valhalla: America’s Healthiest Cities
New, amazingly comprehensive Urban Environment Report put out by the Earth Day Network ranks 72 American cities according to their green quotient. Citing quality of life issues as varied as public health, poverty, recreation and education, it also zeros in on climate-change action, air and water quality, toxins, and transportation. Topping the list of green go-getters is Fargo, North Dakota followed by Burlington, Portland and Colorado Springs. The worst laggards are El Paso, Cleveland, and Miami, with Detroit finishing dead last.
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