A grove of trees growing near Marina Barrage, Singapore, with the iconic Marina Bay Sands in the background. Image: Eco-Business For someone who’s planning on moving their whole life abroad, there’s a lot to think about. You research the cost of living, the job opportunities, perhaps the schooling and childcare options if you’re moving with children – but for the eco-conscious, there are other factors to consider. Many lists of the best places for expats to live focus solely on leisure activities, a lack of language barriers or a particular thriving industry. But it is possible to tick all of these boxes and still find a new location where green living is high on the agenda. Whether you’re craving Asian climates, European culture, a laid-back North American lifestyle or an African adventure, here are a few of the world’s best destinations for eco-friendly expats. Singapore According to everyone from Yale University to the United Nations, Singapore is the most environmentally-friendly city in any Asian country. It’s also been ranked as the best city in the world for expats to live in for three years running, according to HSBC’s Expat Explorer surveys, meaning it’s top of the charts for those […]


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