We have to start to think about the fact that we do not live in Paradise. Galician (and Spanish people also) are very used to be extremists. We can be the best country in the World, with our unique lifestyle (tapas, sun, live in the streets, etc) or we can be the worst (with all the negative things that we know we have). I try to be in the middle of the way, and for me it is important to be critical with ourselves.
Food and gastronomy are milestones in Galicia, but landscape (at the day of today) is not our strong point. It seems that now people in public and private sector are beeing more and more conscious about the need to keep alive and taking care of the landscape. But still there is a lot of way to do. It is not possible to have a quality tourism with a terrific landscape.