Prague, Bratislava, Budapest, and Warsaw use less energy, produce less waste, and have significantly fewer cars than comparable cities in Western Europe. Yet their air is worse and their water quality doubtful. The situation will only deteriorate in the coming years, as living standards improve and consumer demand increases by GITA BISSCHOP BY THE TURN […]

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