Once again, Vancouver has scored high on a world lifestyle report card. Usually, it’s The Economist‘s list of the world’s most liveable cities. This time, Corporate Knights–a Toronto-based think tank–ranked Vancouver the fourth-most sustainable city in North America.
The report card measured North America’s 20 largest cities based on factors including density, water consumption, green space, employment and engagement.
Washington, D.C., San Francisco, and Ottawa finished ahead of Vancouver. Toronto was the last city to make the top five. Other Canadian cities to make the list include Calgary at tenth place and Montreal at fourteenth. American cities Los Angeles and Detroit scored at the very bottom.
Which factors helped Vancouver’s score and which areas still need work? Continue reading:
Vancouver Ranked Among the Top 5 Most Sustainable Cities in North America