From UNESCO sites to air pollution, we pull together the statistics to reveal the best countries in the world for living life in the great outdoors
At Cool Camping we love the great outdoors and, for us, time outside is about much more than just weekend camping holidays. From hiking and biking, to simply getting out into the countryside and exploring new places, we know (and studies have shown) that time outdoors helps us live happier, healthier lives.
This year, we’ve not only been working hard to find the best places to camp, glamp and pitch your tent beneath the stars, but we’ve also dug through the figures and searched the statistics, to find out exactly where you should live if you really want to make the most of nature.
We can now reveal our brand new Fresh Air Living Index, ranking the best places for outdoor enthusiasts to live, 365 days of the year.
Compiled by analysing a variety of factors that we believe any right-minded outdoor enthusiast would find important, our Fresh Air Living Index identifies
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Congratulations to the Mexican Government and the well known architect Norman Foster. They take seriously that new project, they have vision, produce culture, respect the environment, invest in the future, respect science and architecture. We will certainly visit this new airport, as soon as it will operate( the year 2020)…
Landscape architect Cornelia Hahn Oberlander has won the 2015 Margolese National Design for Living Prize for her impact on Canadian cities. The School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture at the University of British Columbia, who awards the annual $50,000 prize, chose Oberlander for her “breathtaking, poetic, unforgettable, charged with meaning, and above all, Modernist” designs that have made “outstanding contributions