So, what is "Eco-friendly"?
  • Planning of lot lines to not cross wooded areas
  • Low density development
  • Sensitivity to water-shed areas
  • Protecting existing natural elements
  • Utilization of clean, renewable energy
  • Self contained waste systems
  • Recycling and composting

Many developers choose to ignore this process up
front and attempt to make up for it afterword...a
process that rarely works. Planting a few palm trees
can't make up for the scraping of precious woods.

A few facts you should consider about the environment, our continuing dependence
on fossil fuels and what you could do right now;

Switching from just one of your normal light bulbs to a compact fluorescent lamp
(CFL)could save nearly a quarter ton of coal over its lifetime.

India's greenhouse-gas emissions could rise 70% by 2025

China's total electricity demand will rise and estimated 2,600 gigawatt's by 2050,
which is the equivalent of adding four 300-megawatt power plants every week for
the next 45 years.

India's energy consumption rose 208% from 1980 to 2001, even faster than China's,
and nearly half the country still lacks regular access to electricity.

Closer to home, the US is home to less than 5% of Earth's population but produces
25% of the CO2 emissions.

The average American is responsible for 20 times as much C02 emission annually as
the average Indian.
Sources; National Geographic August 2005, Time. April 3, 2006

      Regardless of how you choose to invest in Nicaragua,
                 please try to do so with a
Developing with the environment in mind.

Being conscious of the landscape and
respecting the fragility of nature.

Using this delicate balance as your guiding
principle while planning your project.

A few examples of these would be;
Long before it became fashionable to be green,
we at Nica Dev were doing our part to protect
the environment and it's resources.  

We were not only the first "eco-devlopment" in
Nicaragua, we are still considered the best.
This isn't  a"Green wash". We are serious.