L.A. Left Off Top City List
Investment firm Mercer yesterday released its annual list of international cities that top the quality of living rankings and Los Angeles was not included. In fact, out of 50 cities, the highest ranking U.S. one was Honolulu at #31. San Francisco came in at #32, New York at #49. That's some tough competition. As for their eco-city list, L.A. didn't make it either. Honolulu came in a #2, Minneapolis at #6 and Pittsburgh at #13, to name a few. Does this mean L.A. is a bad city? No, but there's lots of room for improvement.