You can find the article here. Stockholm does very well, shockingly enough, and US cities perform dismally, with New York doing the best at 15 out or 72. This is why I suggest you all move to "Reihantown," a carless utopia full of cheerful shanty-dwellers living under thatched roofs. Seriously speaking, I do think "Reihantown" would be pretty green given that none of the Reihanians will have the hand-eye coordination it takes to drive an automobile or for that matter a rider-mower. We will travel through the city like monkeys with zip-lines. And we'll like it very much.
Ross Douthat is a contributing editor at The Atlantic.