It comes as no surprise to find Bangladesh is the world's most polluted country with 76.9 µg/m³ (only slightly lower the 77.1 µg/m³ measurement of 2020 and 83.3 µg/m³ in 2019).... read more ›
New York City was ranked the world's second-dirtiest city due to rampant rats and foul-smelling piles of trash, according to a new poll. Gotham came in second to Rome, Italy, as the filthiest city on the planet while Glasgow, Scotland, placed third, according to a Time Out survey of 27,000 people worldwide.... read more ›
- Kansas City, Missouri (3.02)
- Mesa, Arizona (3.25)
- Atlanta (3.47)
- Tulsa, Oklahoma (3.54)
- Omaha, Nebraska (3.55)
- Columbus, Ohio (3.59)
- Chicago (3.63)
- Phoenix, Arizona (3.64)
(The Center Square) – Newark, New Jersey, according to a new analysis, is the dirtiest city in the country. According to the 2022 Dirtiest Cities in America rankings from LawnStarter, the Gateway City edged out Houston and Los Angeles to earn the distinction.... see details ›
- Bangladesh (76.9 µg/m3)
- Chad (75.9 µg/m3)
- Pakistan (66.8 µg/m3)
- Tajikistan (59.4 µg/m3)
- India (58.1 µg/m3)
- Oman (53.9 µg/m3)
- Kyrgyzstan (50.8 µg/m3)
- Bahrain (49.8 µg/m3)
Despite significant progress over a short time, China's particulate pollution is still almost four times the WHO guideline, making it the tenth most polluted country in the world.... see more ›
- Los Angeles. Pollution score: 66.48 (out of 100)
- Shutterstock. Salt Lake City. Pollution score: 61.93.
- Shutterstock. Detroit. Pollution score: 58.48.
- Shutterstock. New York. Pollution score: 57.68.
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- Shutterstock. Houston. ...
- Shutterstock. Philadelphia. ...
- Miune / Shutterstock. Las Vegas.
Keep your hands off your belly button
Did you know that your belly button is the dirtiest part of the body, according to the Public Library of Science? “The belly button harbors a high population of bacteria,” Dr. Richardson says.... see more ›
Delhi and Kolkata have been listed among the top 10 most polluted cities in the world in terms of exposure to hazardous fine particulate matter (PM2. 5), according to a report published by the US-based research organisatiread more...... see details ›
1. California Cleanliness Score: 7.36
California is the cleanest state overall with a cleanliness score of 7.36.... view details ›
Perhaps it doesn't come as a surprise that Honolulu tops the American Lung Association's cleanest cities list. Whether you live there or are just visiting, you can enjoy pristine beaches and fresh air. The tropical city and the state of Hawaii is committed to improving its green initiatives.... read more ›
San Francisco, California ranked No. 1 due to its residents' mental and physical health, health insurance coverage and because 83% of its population is vaccinated, according to Gonzalez.... continue reading ›
The Nation's Dirtiest Cities for Air & Water. California has 11 out of the top 15 most polluted cities in the U.S. measured by air quality and contaminants detrimental to health.... read more ›
Denmark. With a total EPI score of 82.5, Denmark is 2020's cleanest and most environmentally friendly country. Denmark stands out for its high scores in several categories, including Wastewater Treatment (100), Waste Management (99.8), and Species Protection Index (100).... read more ›
New York City, according to the report's infographic, has a dirtiness index of 427.9, leading all 40 cities in the report. New York City topped the charts in the litter and pest factor category, the report said. The next closest is Los Angeles, which has a dirtiness index of 317.8.... read more ›
Bangladesh had an average PM2. 5 concentration of 76.9 micrograms per cubic meter of air (µg/m3) in 2021, making it the most polluted country in the world.... see details ›
Copenhagen is on the top of the cleanest cities in the world, according to a study conducted by The Economist. This Scandinavian capital has been voted “most liveable” for four years in a row.... read more ›
The Mediterranean is probably the most polluted ocean in the world. The United Nations Environment Programme has estimated that 650,000,000 tons of sewage, 129,000 tons of mineral oil, 60,000 tons of mercury, 3,800 tons of lead and 36,000 tons of phosphates are dumped into the Mediterranean each year.... read more ›
1. Bangladesh. Bangladesh is the most polluted country in the world, with an average PM2.5 concentration of 77.10, which is nonetheless a decrease from 83.30 in 2019 and 97.10 in 2018.... see details ›
- #1 Plovdiv, Bulgaria. ...
- #2 Krakow, Poland. ...
- #3 Milan, Italy. ...
- #4 London, the United Kingdom. ...
- #5 Paris, France.
According to Reference, the eye is considered to be the cleanest part of the body due to its natural cleaning and protective functions. Each time you blink, you keep the eye moist, and tears help to protect the eye by washing away dirt and germs.... view details ›
It's official: California is the dirtiest state in the country. City living has taken center stage during the COVID-19 global pandemic.... see details ›
Belly button or the navel is probably the most ignored part of the body. If it is not cleaned regularly, it will not only lead to buildup of dirt but also bacteria. The dark, moist environment of the belly button is ideal for breeding of bacteria. The breeding of bacteria can cause foul smell and infections.... see details ›
Hawaii ranks first in the nation for air and water quality, as well as in the overall natural environment category. Massachusetts places second in this subcategory, followed by North Dakota, Virginia and Florida. Learn more about the Best States for air and water quality below.... see more ›
Hawaii ranks No. 1 for drinking water quality and No.... see details ›
Alaska has the most water
The state with the largest total area of water is Alaska, which has 94,743 square miles of water. Alaska contains approximately 12,000 rivers, 3 million lakes larger than 5 acres, and numerous creeks and ponds, accounting for more than 14% of the state's total area.... read more ›
Chicago has a pretty strong national reputation for being a very clean city. Unlike New York – where trash is put on the curb – Chicago is a city of alleys, so trash and debris is placed out of view. Trash is regularly picked up and streets are regularly swept.... see more ›
Arlington, Virginia, has been named “America's Fittest City” in the annual American Fitness Index® rankings published by the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and the Elevance Health Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Elevance Health.... read more ›
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'The Cleanest Man on Earth':Harcourt Whipple Ellis and the NLA Australian Newspapers | Request PDF.... see more ›
In fact, pigs are some of the cleanest animals around, refusing to excrete anywhere near their living or eating areas when given a choice. Pigs are misunderstood in many ways. Many people think of them as portly and stupid, but the NATURE program The Joy of Pigs shows us how intelligent pigs really are.... continue reading ›
Canada is named the number one country in the world in a 2021 Best Countries Report. For the first time, Canada takes the top overall spot as the number one country in the world in the 2021 Best Countries Report.... view details ›
Denmark. With a total EPI score of 82.5, Denmark is 2020's cleanest and most environmentally friendly country. Denmark stands out for its high scores in several categories, including Wastewater Treatment (100), Waste Management (99.8), and Species Protection Index (100).... see more ›
Keep your hands off your belly button
Did you know that your belly button is the dirtiest part of the body, according to the Public Library of Science? “The belly button harbors a high population of bacteria,” Dr. Richardson says.... view details ›
Denmark. Sitting as the no. 1 cleanest country in the world in 2022 is Denmark, with an EPI score of 82.50. Apparently, this country in the Nordic region emphasizes the use of renewable energy.... see details ›
The Mediterranean is probably the most polluted ocean in the world. The United Nations Environment Programme has estimated that 650,000,000 tons of sewage, 129,000 tons of mineral oil, 60,000 tons of mercury, 3,800 tons of lead and 36,000 tons of phosphates are dumped into the Mediterranean each year.... continue reading ›