Machu Picchu: leading the way with sustainability

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Machu Picchu: leading the way with sustainability

They constructed roads over impassable Andean mountains, built trading empires while others made war and turned agriculture into a science. It’s fitting, then, that Peru’s greatest archaeological monument aims to become the first carbon-neutral wonder of the world. Below the ruins is a hydroelectric plant powered by the Urubamba, the river that keeps the Sacred Valley so lush. These measures have helped Machu Picchu stay off UNESCO’s list of in-danger sites due to unsustainable practices. Now read:10 sustainable destinations we'd love to visit in 202110 sustainable destinations we'd love to visit in 2021 Inspiration 10 sustainable destinations we'd love to visit in 202110 of the most sustainable cities in the worldAdvertisement10 of the most sustainable cities in the world Destinations 10 of the most sustainable cities in the worldThe secret trail to Machu Picchu

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