Monday, December 5, 2011

Johannesburg voted the Greenest City in Africa

Another day, another award for the Crown of Africa
Hahaha, I got news for all you other cities always complaining bout the smog factor when you come to JHB. So fuckin tired of hearing coastal people bitch about the quality of our air. Well it's now in black and white for you doubters. Our shit, does not stink!

Johannesburg has been voted the greenest city in Africa, the Economist Intelligence Unit study revealed on Saturday.

The report was published at the 17th Conference of the Parties (COP17) in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.
The Siemens African Green City Index looked at 15 cities around the continent.
Cape Town, Durban and Pretoria were also evaluated by the study.

The cities were judged on air quality, sanitation, waste, water, transport, land use, and energy, oxygen and environmental governance.

Johannesburg scored the lowest carbon emissions out of all South African cities and the lowest electricity consumption.

All of the Lights

So hopefully this puts an end to all  the incessant rants from Cape Town and Durban. You guys made the mistake of smelling the ocean and thinking that meant clean, you might as well be Darfur, from what I read.

The only way these coastals are green, is if you look on the jealousy index... Green is our city, green are our wallets. Here's a little track to rub it in.

Salty much?


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