Dutch town declared Europe’s greenest
September 22, 2008 Leave a Comment
The Dutch town of Uden in the south of the country has been declared Europe’s greenest. The award was announced during a European Union meeting in the Croatian town of Split. The international jury said it had been impressed by Uden’s public parks, which last year earned it the award for the greenest town in the Netherlands. The organisers of the yearly prize aim to convince towns, residents and companies across Europe of the vital importance of good public parks.
Source: Radio Netherlands, 22 September 2008