Thursday, November 14, 2019

Awareness

Meet Jennifer Leigh Smith And Community Carbon Trees-Costa Rica

In our country there are people focused on doing much good to those around them and to their natural surroundings

Increasing the Awareness against the Deforestation of the “Palo Santo” Tree

A situation is being presented worldwide, which in repeated circumstances has been denounced by experts. It has to do with deforestation without a measure of the "Palo Santo" tree. The Palo Santo, better known...

Protecting the Ecological Health Status of Cocos Islands

As citizens, we mostly know the value of our natural resources, but most of the time we do not know the actual status of these possessions. This is happening with the Protected Areas of Cocos Islands, mainly...

“Eco-Drive” Program Trained 2,300 Drivers in Cost Reduction and Environmental Impact

Hay 2,300 conductores de flotas de 24 compañías costarricenses que fueron capacitados en reducción de costos bajo el programa gratuito Eco-Drive. El programa tiene como objetivo mejorar la eficiencia del combustible y reducir el impacto ambiental negativo , así como prevenir accidentes de tráfico

Use of Agrochemicals Impacts Bee Populations in Costa Rica!

To public opinion, in general; to the President of Costa Rica, Carlos Alvarado Quesada, and his cabinet staff in particular…

The Climate Change Crisis Viewed From a Costa Rican Perspective

In The Costa Rica News (TCRN), we have been constantly making known everything that happens in Costa Rica from a positive perspective, like for example in the field of biodiversity, national parks, and the struggles against human...

Are Costa Rica’s Indigenous Activists In the Crosshairs?

The killings of members belonging to indigenous populations, along with persecution and harassment, have generated fear, helplessness, sadness and mostly anger in the voices of many who today demand justice.

Costa Rica Hosts World Forum on the Rights of Afro-descendants

From Tuesday 15 to Friday, October 18, 2019, the Consultation Forum and the High Level Meeting is being held in Costa Rica. Its purpose is to raise awareness and to propose global actions...

October 15: Costa Rica Conmemorates National Blind Person’s Day

When we talk about disability, it seems that we refer to a disabled person in all aspects of life, however, such an assumption is not entirely true, and over the last decades, people with some type of...

Health Alert in Costa Rica for Counterfeit “Colgate” Toothpaste

The Ministry of Health, through the Directorate of Regulation of Products of Health Interest, alerts the general population about the detection in Panama and then in Costa Rica of counterfeit versions of COLGATE TRIPLE ACCIÓN  and DOUBLE...
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La Amistad International Park, an Immense Natural Biodiverse Habitat of Unparalleled Natural Beauty

La Amistad International Park is one of the special corners of the world with a peculiar charm...
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Costa Rica Begins Switchover From Analog To Digital TV

Nowadays television is a fact of life for billions of people. Since it was invented `the box' has become an enormous success....

Finance Tips for Animal Lovers – How to Save Money on Pet Expenses

Owning a pet is expensive. Unless your idea of a pet is a goldfish bowl, pet ownership necessitates a lot of extra spending each...

20% of Rich Households Take Half the Income of Costa Rica

20% of rich households take 50.5% of the country's total income. This is revealed by a study conducted by experts from the National University (UNA).

Barra Honda National Park and Its Impressive Cave Systems

Barra Honda National Park has a very peculiar attraction that is the great system of caves formed by erosion, which have capricious...
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