Like Peru, Australia is a very biodiverse country. It's got tropical rainforests, deserts, diverse ocean life, snowy mountains, and temperate rainforests. It's even got it's own set of unique flora and fauna.
In Australia there is a big commitment towards nature, a lot of houses you could see had solar panels, the cities always had large areas destined to parks, and there were many national parks that protected special ecosystems. It made me think of ways in which nature is conserved here in Peru. The cities, especially Lima, are really polluted, and lack parks. Our rainforest, the Amazon, known as "The lungs of the world" is slowly being torn away for illegal mining, farming, ETC. Naturally Peru is incredible, yet we don't appreaciate it. People throw trash on the streets, rivers and oceans. We have scarcely any water, especially in the city, yet you can see great wastes of water.
Peru is very different from Australia, we aren't blessed with the same economy or levels of education that could help governments and citizens focus on taking care of nature, but we still have to be aware what has been given to us and try to make even the most minimal change in our lifestyle to help reduce the damage towards our environment.