Lisbon is the only Portuguese city considered one of the best in the world to live. The annual Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) ranking places the capital of Portugal in 53rd position, which represents a slight improvement over 2018, when Lisbon was 54th, and a four-place rise in just five years.
According to the EIU list, the ten “most livable” cities of 2019 are: Vienna (Austria), Melbourne (Australia), Sydney (Australia), Osaka (Japan), Calgary (Canada), Vancouver (Canada), Toronto (Canada). ), Tokyo (Japan), Copenhagen (Denmark) and Adelaide (Australia). The worst ranked were: Damascus (Syria), Lagos (Nigeria), Dhaka (Bangladesh), Tripoli (Libya), Karachi (Pakistan), Port Moresby (Papua New Guinea), Harare (Zimbabwe), Douala, (Cameroon) , Algiers (Algeria) and Caracas (Venezuela).
The Economist's traditional index ranks 150 cities worldwide based on 30 factors, which are used to create a score between 1 and 100. Only 0.7 points separated the grand winner Vienna (99.1) from the Australian city. Melbourne (98.4), which came second in the table. Still, the British publication highlights the 'opponent' Sidney.
“Sidney has increased from 5th to 3rd, thanks to an improvement in culture and environmental score, reflecting a growing focus on combating and mitigating the impacts of climate change, as established by the sustainable city Sidney 2030 sustainability strategy,” they argued. the EIU experts.
– The Economist Intelligence Unit (@TheEIU) September 4, 2019
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