Considering where to live?

An interesting comparison between a nation's average yearly temperature and their inequality-adjusted Human Development Index. The Human Development Index is a composite of statistics on a nation's life expectancy, education and income per capita.  The ideal place to live should have high HDI and a warm average temperature.

In general, the colder the nation the higher the human development index score given by the UN.  As an outlier, Australia looks like the place to live. 

Sources: HDI taken from the UN's Human Development report (http://hdr.undp.org/en/composite/IHDI) and Temperature Averages from the Lebanese Economy Forum (http://lebanese-economy-forum.com/wdi-gdf-advanced-data-display/show/EN-CLC-AVRT-C/)