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Greenest city in the world: #1 VIENNA, AUSTRIA

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A total of 50 cities across the globe were examined within the context of a study carried out by the international management consulting company Resonance Consultancy. A large number of green areas, an outstanding public transportation network, green energy and lively markets have turned the former imperial capital into the greenest city anywhere. The analysts praised the diversity of green areas, ranging from the English landscaped gardens such as the City Park to the national park located directly on the city's borders. Vienna boasts additional advantages, for example the fact that close to half of the people in Vienna have an annual pass for public transportation. Moreover, Vienna derives 30 percent of its energy from renewable energy sources. This is complemented by 135 "farmer's markets" i.e. markets selling locally produced food such as fruit, vegetables, meat and fish.

List of "Green Cities":

1. Vienna, Austria
2. Munich, Germany
3. Berlin, Germany
4. Madrid, Spain
5. Sao Paulo, Brazil
6. Manchester, Great Britain
7. Lisbon, Portugal
8. Singapore
9. Amsterdam, Netherlands
10. Washington, D.C., USA

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