McGowan’s slow lifting of COVID-19 restrictions made Perth a less sustainable city: The Global Sustainability Index

The slow return of COVID restrictions by the WA has led Perth, once a jealous destination, to plummet into the global scale of sustainability, but Prime Minister Mark McGowan has stood firm in his response to the pandemic.

The city was ranked sixth last year with the highest living potential in the world.

But what goes up must fall and this year Perth fell to number 32.

The Global Sustainability Index, conducted by the Financial Intelligence Unit, looked at stability, healthcare, culture, environment, education and infrastructure to find the world’s best cities.

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