Published on : Friday, June 9, 2017
Mexico is a destination with abundant natural beauty and a perfect draw for tourists. Its beautiful beaches, lush green forest, marine wildlife, desert landscape, cascading hills and tropical wildlife has made it the number one tourist country in the Caribbean region.
Fortunately, Mexico authorities have recognized that sustainable growth is the only way possible for tourism. Tourism directly affects many other industries such as real estate.
Mexico real estate has developed considerably even when recession was at its peak all over the US.
Recently, Mexican President Felipe Calderón Hinojosa inaugurated the Oaxaca II, III and IV wind parks, owned by Acciona. The three energy parks with combined power generation capacity of 306 Megawatt can light-up more than 700,000 homes and that too without using harmful carbon fuel sources. The plants will help avoid release of 670 million tonnes of CO2 to the atmosphere a year which is equal to the cleaning effect of 33.5 million trees through the process of photosynthesis.
With measures like this, Mexico natural resources will be preserved. Since tourism is one of the main sources of revenue for Mexico, it cannot afford to waste its natural resources.
Tourism in all parts of Mexico has been directly impacted because of positive moves and increased environment awareness.