Kenya Tops Global List of Healthiest Places to Live
Sub-Saharan countries top the list of the most non-toxic countries in the world according to a study that takes into account air pollution, energy consumption and renewable energy production.
A woman deposits trash in an eco-bin within Nairobi's Central Business District.
Deutsche Welle, 4 April 2018
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