In this exclusive excerpt, we take a look at the emerging eco-lodge movement in Colombia, Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, Peru, Uruguay and Peru, as well as explore what the future holds for eco-businesses and the eco-movement.
The first eco-sauna was opened in Colombia in 2002.
The eco-casualties rate is nearly 1 in 100.
By contrast, the rate in Peru is about one in 3,000.
The average death rate is about 1.3 per 100,000 people.
In Colombia, the Eco-Lodge Society (ELS) is the main umbrella organisation for eco businesses in the country.
It has about 150 member companies, but there are others operating in various aspects of the eco sector, including the construction and production of sustainable products.
ELS was founded in 1999 by a group of eco entrepreneurs and now comprises about 40 people.
A recent study by the Colombia-based Eco-Porto Foundation (EPF) found that in 2013 the number of eco businesses operating in Colombia increased from about 400 to more than 4,000, with more than 60% of these being eco-motors.
This year alone, the number has risen from 4,200 to 6,000 businesses.
The growth is not only due to the economic boom, but also because there are now more businesses operating at the start of the year, which makes it easier to attract customers and keep them coming back.
As the growth of eco business continues to grow, the demand for eco products and services is increasing as well.
In 2014, for example, eco-product maker Alianza Cervez launched its first line of eco products in Colombia.
The company is one of the biggest eco-products suppliers in the world.
The Colombian government is currently in negotiations to establish a national eco-regional market, with the aim of creating a market that can serve all eco-related businesses, as the country has already established the National Eco-Industry and is also planning to create a new national market that would cater to eco-entrepreneurs.
A number of companies are already operating in the eco tourism sector, and some of them have taken advantage of the current boom in tourism in Colombia to develop their own eco-retailer, which is able to provide eco-services in a more economical and efficient way.
In addition, the country is now experiencing an influx of foreign tourists to Colombia, with many of them spending more than one night at eco-resorts.
Although eco-clothing and eco accessories are now becoming a trend, they are still relatively niche products.
The most popular products are clothing, eco accessories and eco footwear.
The Eco-Retailers Association of Colombia (ERCA) is a registered company with more over 50 members, which has a total turnover of more than $200 million.
ERCA also works with eco-stores in other regions of Colombia to provide products and solutions for their clients.
For those looking for a place to shop, eco retailers offer a wide range of eco services, from clothing to furniture and accessories.
Most of these shops have a range of products that are suitable for the whole eco-cultural and social environment, and they are able to cater to different needs.
One of the best-known eco-restaurants in Colombia is called Ecobol, which offers eco-fresh seafood dishes and eco foods at a price that is comparable to those of traditional restaurants.
As eco-accessories become more popular, many eco-fashion stores are also opening their own branches, while other eco-fashion stores are starting to open.
For example, Eco-fashions in Colombia offer a range with a focus on eco-design, but they also offer a variety of eco accessories for the fashion industry.
Some eco-artists also offer specialised services in the fashion sector, which can be useful for people who are looking for eco fashion but don’t necessarily have the budget to travel to the eco stores.
While eco-commerce is not a new concept in Colombia and the market is still expanding, eco businesses have to start thinking about how they can best cater to the needs of their customers.
Colombia is currently experiencing the highest number of new arrivals into its eco tourism industry, which means there are many more opportunities for eco business owners to attract clients.
If you are looking to expand your business or are looking towards opening a new eco-tailor, there are also several eco-food shops that cater to this niche.