According to a list of the top five most eco-friendly cities in the world Bahía de Caráquez, Ecuador ranks fourth. They developed the first organic shrimp farm, have environmental programs in school and have an organic vacation option where you can volunteer your time to install solar panels in exchange for a bed and food.
Colombia is currently ranked ninth in the world. Beating Costa Rica, Colombia is home to 10% of the world’s species, with a wealth of ecological diversity. While Colombia has had problems in the past concerning deforestation, the detrimental effects of the coca trade, and political strife involving their natural oil deposits, all these factors have helped to move Colombia towards energy conservation and new, less politically tumultuous resources. Colombia has also begun programs for the cultivation of natural parks that support the growth of native medicinal plants. The Orito Igni-Ande Medicinal Flora Sanctuary is a 10,626 hectare preserve that may just show that Colombia is on the right track.
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