字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Page 96 Reading Stockholm – A “Green” City How is Stockholm different from the cities in our country? Listen to the reading. It’s now 8 a.m. in Stockholm. Most people are riding bikes to work. Others are going on foot or taking a bus. All the traffic lights are LEDs. Everything is modern and eco-friendly. Of all the cities in Europe, Stockholm is the one that won the name as the “greenest” city in 2010. People in Stockholm go green in the following ways. Green houses collect rain water for gardens, and their electricity comes from garbage. Car drivers that use biogas can park first in the city. This gas is made from waste water. Now, over three-quarters of Stockholm’s cars and buses run on biogas. If going green is what people are looking for, then Stockholm is surely a good living example. Stockholm hopes to use only green energy by 2020. What’s more, all of its cars and trains will run below ground. This will leave more space for people and nature above ground. That way, people and nature will not be far away from each other any more. Maybe all the other cities should follow Stockholm’s example and try to make going green their habit, too.