KARACHI: Karachi has but once more been featured on an inventory of the ten least habitable cities on the planet.
Pakistan’s monetary hub was ranked the seventh least habitable metropolis on the planet, whereas Auckland, New Zealand has been ranked because the world’s most habitable metropolis.
Bangladesh capital Dhaka was ranked the fourth least habitable metropolis.
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These rankings have been made within the 2021 version of The Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) World Liveability Index.
Damascus stays the world’s least habitable metropolis.
With a mean rating of 68.6, cities within the Asia-Pacific area scored under the typical of 73.09 recorded earlier than the coronavirus pandemic started.
In most habitable cities “Auckland rose to the top of the ranking owing to its successful approach in containing the COVID-19 pandemic,” the EIU stated.
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“European cities fared particularly poorly in this year’s edition,” the EIU stated, including that eight of the highest 10 largest falls within the rankings have been of European cities.
Vienna, for instance, fell from first place to twelfth. The Austrian capital had led the checklist for a number of years, often tied on the prime with Melbourne.
Here is the complete checklist of the ten least habitable cities on the planet in 2021:
- Damascus, Syria
- Lagos, Nigeria
- Port Moresby, PNG
- Dhaka, Bangladesh
- Algiers, Algeria
- Tripoli, Libya
- Karachi, Pakistan
- Harare, Zimbabwe
- Douala, Cameroon
- Caracas, Venezuela