A 2010 article had Zimbabwe as the best country in the world for climate
Written by Editor
Tuesday, 12 January 2010
Zimbabwe has been top rated in the climate stakes according to the 2009 Quality of Life Index issued by International Living.
Zimbabwe is the place to go if it is perfect climate you are after according to International Living, an organisation that composes an annual ranking on the worlds best countries to live in.
“When deciding on a score for each country’s climate, we look at its average annual rainfall and average temperature…and consider its risk for natural disasters,” says International Living, an organisation that composes an annual ranking on the worlds best countries to live in.
The Southern African nation scored 98 points out of a potential 100 on the climate ratings front.
On checking the ranking 3 days previously (Sunday 9 January) Zimbabwe actually scored 100 for climate – but for some reason this has been adjusted lowe
Close behind Zimbabwe in the climate stakes are fellow African nations Kenya and Swaziland.
France takes the top overall spot and is thus rated the worlds best country to live in.