This article is made for green enthusiasts, for those people who spend their time imagining a day in the woods or reliving such a beautiful image if they have done that already. I am a #1 fan of green spaces, not to mention how beneficial/healthy that is to our bodies…! This is the reason we have compiled a list of 10 countries with the most eco-friendly regulations in addition to their alluring green spaces. Who knows? Maybe we just gave you a destination idea for your next trip!
Sweden was scored #1 country for great green living in 2018. Yet, it has conserved that honor after a year. The land which borders Norway and the Baltic Sea is one of the largest countries in the European Union regarding landscape. Its capital is Stockholm. Government regulations invite citizens to embrace a healthy way of life, including the receptiveness to health care services as its greenish surroundings promote physical activity to locals.
It is also called the Swiss Federation. It is a small nation in Central Europe. Locals in Switzerland embrace diversity with several cultural identities like German, French, Italian and Romansh language. They also hold one of the highest life expectancies in the world with an average of 80 years. Switzerland is also one of the richest countries in the globe with a high level of entrepreneurship and low unemployment rates. Its capital is Bern.
Government regulations impede deforestation, which means this country’s high commitment to the nature conservancy. Norway is surrounded by mountains, bays and island shores. Its capital is Oslo and it is located to the west.
Finland has committed to many forms of renewable energy. This northern region is bordered by Norway, Sweden, Russia, the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Bothnia. Its capital is Helsinki.
Japan holds one of the highest life-expectancies rates in the world, especially for women due to their healthy seafood-based diet. This nation is surrounded by mountains and wooded areas. It is distinguished for its aesthetic gardening patterns and artistic works. Its capital is Tokyo.
Denmark, Sweden and Norway form a cultural region called Scandinavia. The Danish government is considered to be very stable and transparent. Hence its commitment to the environment. Its capital is Copenhagen.
Germany is one of the most populous countries in the European Union. it borders regions in the North, Baltic seas and the Bavarian Alps. Its capital is Berlin.
The Kingdom of the Netherlands is considered to be one of the most tolerant societies. It is known for its tulips and high Gross Domestic Product. Its economy is based on agriculture exportation. Its capital is Amsterdam.
Canada is the second-largest countries in the world, being Russia the leader. Its economy is based on the technology sector. Locals enjoy a high standard of living. Its capital is Ottawa.
New Zealand is an island located in the Pacific Ocean. Its splendid mountains and immaculate beaches have attracted the attention of many. Its capital is Wellington.