The jungle is a term coined by the US Environmental Protection Agency to describe places with less than a 1% of the city’s land area.
It is a designation given to countries with the highest number of unclaimed land parcels, which are deemed too big to be redeveloped into buildings or roads.
The jungle encompasses areas with high concentrations of unused and abandoned land and the destruction of wetlands, according to the U.S. government.
The cities that have the highest numbers of vacant land in the U, like New York and Los Angeles, are also home to the highest rates of asphalt jungle.
The U.K., the Netherlands, Denmark and Sweden have the lowest rates of vacant and unclaimed city land.
A study released by the UN Environment Programme found that New York City, Los Angeles and Copenhagen had the highest vacancy rates in the world.
A 2016 report from the University of Copenhagen found that the city of Copenhagen has the highest vacant land of any city in the EU, at more than 3,000 unclaimed sites.
There are around 7,000 vacant sites in New York, which is home to one of the largest urban populations in the country.
In Sweden, more than a third of the country’s land is occupied by abandoned and unoccupied buildings.