According to Forbes Magazine, there are numerous countries with low pollution levels. Sweden, for instance, has some of the cleanest air in the world. Iceland, too, has low levels of pollution. Germany and Australia also rank as two countries with quality, clean air. Although France has poor waste-water treatment, the country, like the others mentioned, has very clean air. According to the World Factbook, in 2008, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, and Austria were ranked as the top five greenest, livable places, respectively.
There are African countries that don’t have that much pollution mainly because they do not have access to electricity. Nearly 70% of the population on the continent does not have power. This gives these countries a great amount of potential to be able to tap into sustainable, renewable, energy sources such as wind, solar, geothermal, tidal, and hydro.
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