Is this the greenest city in the world? - Guardian UK
Eco housing, car-free streets and socially conscious neighbours have made the German city of Freiburg a shining example of sustainability. But this brave utopian vision of clean living has its fair share of dirty linen, finds Andrew Purvis
While the green infrastructure is all in place, the reality is that green towns are still made up of people with all their quirks. Healthy societies requires diversity, not just good planning.