I'm really scratching my head at what criteria they possibly used to come up with it...
The man who wrote the article took the number of volcanoes, mountains, coral reefs, protected areas, coastline, rainforests and glaciers per 100,000 km squared and took the average of the all seven figures to get a score out of ten. He did the same for every country in the world, I presume.
All in all, it's flawed and favours smaller countries with very specific geography. I do find it funny how someone came up with such a precise methodology however.
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