Nothing beats Dubai when it comes to cleanliness and we ought to agree on this! From public transport to public places, roads, and restaurants the city is kept spic and span on all days. And now, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai called out Dubai to be the world’s cleanest city.
“Dubai is the world’s cleanest city, according to the Global Power City Index (GPCI) issued by the Mori Memorial Foundation in Japan for the last 3 years,” Sheikh Mohammed said on twitter.
He further added , “Cleanliness is a civilisation and a matter of culture, and it is a major part of faith. Dubai is the safest and cleanest city in the world, and the most beautiful, God willing. So, let us keep it safe, stable and prosperous.”
The Global Power City Index (GPCI) assesses and ranks the world’s major cities based on their “magnetism,” or their overall ability to attract people, capital, and businesses from around the world.
It does so by measuring six functions—Economy, R&D, Cultural Interaction, Livability, Environment, and Accessibility—and providing a multidimensional ranking.
The GPCI can grasp the strengths, weaknesses, and challenges of global cities in a constantly changing world not only through a ranking, but also by analyzing the specific components of that ranking.
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