Now keep reading about the most hygienic countries with the cleanest people in the world. Strange topic, huh? Maybe, but Insider Monkey made it very arresting, so follow us up to their new compilation. Environmental issues become more important every year, and they’re constantly sources of political debate and disagreement. But who wouldn’t want to live in, or at least vacation in a country that’s considered one of the cleanest and greenest? No one likes getting gum stuck on the bottom of their shoe every time they walk down the street, or worse, suffering from an endless case of allergies because of highly polluted air. Not only do they have clean streets and public transportation systems, but their waters are pure, and their air is some of the freshest. They also go to great measures to ensure that the greenest solutions are used for things like waste, sewage, transportation, and harnessing the earth’s natural resources. These countries go beyond recycling and choosing paper and glass over plastic; they truly fight for the health and safety of their people and land.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of the most hygienic countries with the cleanest people in the world from their list.
The first country is Spain. Some say that Madrid is cleaner than NYC, and it may be because some Spaniards are said to be obsessed with cleanliness. The second country on our short list can be Costa Rica. Though it’s not as developed as some of the other countries on our list, Costa Rica does have remarkably clear waters, large amounts of wildlife and beautiful terrain. For the third country we have Germany. Germany makes a point to stay clean and green, and one of its greenest cities is Freiburg, just on the edge of the Black Forest. At last, but not least we are mentioning Iceland. Just looking at pictures of this breathtaking country could convince you that it’s considered one of the purest and cleanest in the world. (Though it does help that their population is small.)
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