Not even close which as it should be. But when they picked the worst, they picked all third world countries. I mean really. Unless you have money no one wants to live in a third world country. What is the point? Also much of the pollution there is created by US corporations one way or another. Anyway.
I delved deeper into the study done by Reader’s Digest as I have talked about in my previous post. After all, come the day I decide to go live in another country, I would certainly want to live in somewhere green.
As per the authors of the study, they said, “It’s an inescapable fact: People living in affluent countries tend to be better educated, enjoy a higher standard of living, live longer lives and have a brighter future. The downside: Their material wealth results in a larger carbon footprint.”
Anyhow, here are some of the top ten lists that you may want to know about as per the results of the study.
10 best countries
Read more there. More here next week.