Copenhagen, Toronto and Singapore ranked as world’s safest city
Copenhagen has been named the world’s safest city in a new wide-reaching study from the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU).
The Danish capital surpassed former frontrunners like Tokyo, Singapore and Osaka in the fourth edition of the EIU’s biennial Safe Cities Index, which for the first time included environmental security metrics.
In a study of five pillars of urban security — digital, health, infrastructure, personal and environmental — Copenhagen topped the charts, scoring 82.4 points out of 100.
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