Sochi entered the top ten most environmentally friendly cities in the country
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Sochi entered the top ten most environmentally friendly cities in the country

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06-22-2022
 
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More than 3,000 residents of the country took part in the voting.

"Altai became the leader in the ranking of the most environmentally friendly places in Russia, according to the results of the survey, he scored 57% of the vote. In second place was Karelia (35%), the top three was closed by the Caucasus (27%)", the compilers of the rating reported.

The top 5 included Kamchatka (24%). Another 18% of respondents consider Siberia the most environmentally friendly region. The top ten included Chukotka (17%), Crimea (14%), Sochi (7%), the Urals (6%) and Kaliningrad (6%).


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