Slovenia declared the cleanest country in the world

Slovenia / Photo: Pixabay / erzetich
Slovenia has received international recognition for its ecology and sustainability, declaring it the cleanest country in the world. It received the highest scores in all categories, meeting 96 out of 100 sustainability indicators such as environmental and climate change care, cultural authenticity and biodiversity.

According to the data, there are 20.000 species of animals and plants in Slovenia that live smoothly in 40 national parks and reserves. The territory of this European country is 60 percent covered with greenery.

Ljubljana was named the greenest city in Europe in 2016, and it ranks third on the OECD list of countries with the most recycled waste, introducing public bicycles, buses using natural gas and banning cars from driving in the centers of the major cities.

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