Ljubljana has made the Lonely Planet’s list of the world’s eight most sustainable cities. The capital is praised for being liveable, “extremely clean and increasingly green”.
The article notes that Ljubljana was the first European city to commit to a zero-waste goal. Moreover, it says that over 10 hectares of the city centre are pedestrianized. The list also includes Copenhagen, Portland, Singapore, Lisbon, Bengaluru, Vancouver and San Francisco.