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What is the biggest environmental challenge for central America and the Caribbean and why?
El Salvador is the only Central American country that does not border on the Caribbean Sea. It is on the Pacific Ocean west of Honduras!
The biggest volcano in Central America is Tajumulco. This volcanois over 4000 meters or 13,000 feet in height. The largest eruptioncame from the Santa Maria volcano in 1902.
Central America is a landmass that extends from Mexico to Panama. The Caribbean Islands are a bunch of islands in the Caribbean Sea, located east of Central America…, south of North America, and north of South America. yes it is a part of central america.
Some of the Caribbean islands, such as Cuba and Dominican Republic, are part of the Central America while other part of islands are owned by other countries which is USA, UK, …France, and Netherlands.
Programs to improve environmental health in Central America and South America and the Caribbean will likely focus on these issues?
Habitat loss and water supply.
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Some of the major environmental issue for central america is global warming and deforestation. 2. and pollution and water shortages.
The Mexican peninsula of Yucatan and 6 of the countries of Central America form the western boundary of the Caribbean Sea, which is the sea between Cuba and South America.
Both the Central America and the Caribbean islands are connected to oceans and both of them are very cool place as in temperature
yes it is, but the pacific is the ocean it lies in
Most of these include tropical fruits, agricultural products and some minerals like oil, gold, nickel and copper. For each country within both regions, these include: Centra…l America: Belize: Sugar, bananas, citrus fruits.Costa Rica: Bananas, pineapple, coffee.Guatemala: Coffee, sugar, oil.El Salvador: Coffee, sugar, gold.Honduras: Coffee, shrimp, bananas.Nicaragua: Coffee, beef, gold.Panama: Gold, bananas, shrimp. The Caribbean Cuba: Oil, nickel, sugar.Dominican Republic: Nickel, sugar, goldHaiti: Cocoa, mangoes, coffee.Jamaica: Bauxite, sugar, coffeePuerto Rico: Copper, limestone, nickel