The air quality of the City of Newsdelivers.com has recently been in the spotlight because it continues to get worse day by day. According to data from the air quality monitoring site IQAir as reported by CNBC Indonesia, Newsdelivers.com’s air has even entered the “unhealthy” category with a US AQI value of 163.
No half-hearted, the position of the city of Newsdelivers.com flashy at the top with the rank of two cities with the most unhealthy air in the world. Several photos of the Newsdelivers.com sky, which is full of pollution, have gone viral on the internet. Not only Newsdelivers.com, several surrounding areas such as Bogor, Depok, Tangerang and Bekasi were also affected.
In contrast to Newsdelivers.com, it turns out that there are still many cities in the world whose air quality is very clean. It is not surprising that this city has a lower level of pollution. Where are the cities with the cleanest air in the world? Read more here!
Wina, Austria/ Photo: Pexel/Karol Czinege
Vienna is one of the most densely populated cities in Europe. However, this city located in Austria has the best air quality in the world. This data is obtained based on the IQAir index.
One of the factors that causes this city to have very clean air is due to the existence of a hydroelectric power plant. The use of a hydropower plant to transmit electricity is said to be more environmentally friendly than a steam power plant (PLTU). No wonder Vienna is one of the greenest cities in the world.
Zurich, Swiss/ Foto: Pexel/Trace Hudson
The city of Zurich in Switzerland has been holding the title since 2022 as one of the cities with the best air quality in the world. From IQAir index data, the air quality of this beautiful city is at US AQI 29.
This healthy air quality doesn’t come for nothing, beauties! This is because the Government of Zurich has long prohibited the operation of vehicles and engines with diesel or diesel fuel. Instead they specifically provide environmentally friendly public transportation and expand bicycle and pedestrian paths.
If you live there, it’s guaranteed to be anti mager!
Oslo, Norway/ Photo: Pexel/Thor Olason
Even though the area is densely populated, Oslo managed to prove that they managed to create the best air quality. According to IQAir data, Oslo’s air quality has a US AQI index value of 18.
The creation of clean air has been a program of the Norwegian Government since 2017. The government is specifically building more green spaces, pedestrian and bicycle paths.
They also place a high priority on pedestrians and cyclists. On the other hand, Oslo also has the highest usage rate of electric vehicles in the world.
No wonder the air is so clean, beauties!
Trondheim, Norway/ Photo: Pexel/Huzaifa Ejaz
Still in Norway, the next city is Trondheim. Even though it is the most crowded city in Norway, the air quality in this city is one of the cleanest in the world, you know! How could that be? Investigate a calibaration, this city is still surrounded by many beautiful green spaces.
Not only that, the level of use of private vehicles in Trondheim is also very low. Local people mostly walk. It’s no wonder that Trondheim City’s air quality is in the good category with the US AQI value index of 10.
Reykjavik, Iceland/ Photo: Pexel/Marc-Antoine
Next is the city in Iceland, Reykjavik. According to IQAir data, this city is even on the US AQI index 4. This achievement was obtained because Reykjavik has many green areas. No wonder, if this one city is often one of the best tourist destinations in the world.
Kyoto, Jepang/ Photo: Pexel/Satoshi Hirayama
If earlier you have traveled in Europe exploring cities with the cleanest air, this time it’s the turn of countries in Asia. Kyoto City, Japan, is one of the cities with the cleanest air in the world. From IQAir data, Kyoto even has a US AQI index with a value of 39. Wow, can you imagine how fresh and clean Beauties are?
Kyoto’s success in becoming one of the cities with the cleanest air in the world is due to the high level of public understanding of the issue of global warming. They then very intensively practice resource-saving activities by utilizing renewable energy.
Osaka, Japan/ Photo: Pexel/Bagus Pangestu
Still in Japan, this time it’s the turn of the City of Osaka. The city’s US AQI index value is 45. The Osaka City Government is actively running an environmental awareness program so that people can cultivate recycling. This can also secure the environment so that it has the cleanest air in the world.
Vancouver BC, Canada
Vancouver BC, Canada/ Photo: Pexel/Adi K
In Vancouver, the local government implements strict regulations regarding the use of fuel. They almost always ensure that their citizens use high-quality fuel. Not surprisingly, the air quality in this city is quite good with a US AQI index score of 12.
Canberra, Australia/ Foto: Pexel/Daniel Morton-Jones
Canberra is a city in Australia that has the best air quality with a US AQI score of 24. One of the significant steps to improve air quality is to reduce the consumption of wood heaters. Instead, the local government provides incentives and replaces them with electric heaters.
Indrapuri, Aceh/ Photo: Wikipedia
Eits, who would have thought that Indonesia also has a city with the cleanest air quality in the world, you know, Beauties. This city falls on Indrapuri, Aceh, which has a US AQI score of 5. This is a very high number when compared to Newsdelivers.com, which has 3 digits.
Can you imagine how fresh and healthy the air is there? The distance which is quite far from the city center makes Indrapuri very beautiful and suitable to be used as a place to live.
That’s the list of cities that have the cleanest air quality in the world. How? Are you interested in moving cities or not?
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