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Nearly three in four Americans believe “the country should do whatever it takes to protect the environment,” according to WalletHub. With the majority looking for greener alternatives to living and building, people have gravitated to particular U.S. locations to adapt green practices. WalletHub compared the 100 largest cities across 26 green indicators, such as greenhouse-gas emissions per capita to smart-energy policies, to determine the greenest cities of 2018. Check out the findings below.

Overall Rank

City

Total Score

1

San Diego, CA

72.53

2

San Francisco, CA

72.14

3

Washington, DC

70.39

4

Irvine, CA

68.97

5

San Jose, CA

68.69

6

Honolulu, HI

68.41

7

Fremont, CA

67.59

8

Seattle, WA

66.91

9

Sacramento, CA

66.06

10

Portland, OR

65.19

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