More than 30 livability indexes rank municipals on a range of factors, such as climate, dark-green seat, and walkability. But these positions can have unintended consequences.
Every year, the world’s most “liveable” municipals are celebrated, in metropolitan higher-rankings published by Mercer, the Economist Intelligence Unit, and Monocle Magazine. Global societies including UN Habitat and the OECD are also joining consultancies, media organisations and think tanks, in the quest to compare living such standards and well-being in municipalities. At the last weigh, there were more than 30 city livability indexes made worldwide, and more than 500 measurements and marks equating cities.
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