Saturday, November 16, 2019

Awareness

Costa Rica’s Fight against Animal Abuse

Today we live, constantly in a climate of insecurity and uncertainty. Violence is expressed in related ways. Every day we are shaken by dramatic events that concern us and move us.

Three effective ways to regulate energy

Regulating energy, or using energy efficiently, does not mean that you have to go without the comforts that you have become accustomed to. It means using less energy to do the same job. If you...

Use of Herbicides in Public Places Triggers Alert for Health Affectation

The Ministry of Health alerts the population for the serious affectation of health that can cause the use of herbicides registered as professional and agricultural use in public places such as parks, sidewalks, pipes, cemeteries, green areas,...

The Amazon Rainforest Is Still On Fire

For a month now, the Brazilian amazon rainforest has been burning. A surface about 8 times the size of Costa Rica has been reduced to ashes. The causes of this disaster are in dispute. It has...

New Talamanca Stores Should Avoid Using Plastic Straws to Obtain the Municipal Patent

New businesses in Talamanca must commit to the prohibition of the use of plastic straws in order to obtain the municipal patent. The Municipal Council of that canton approved last January, unanimously, a motion...

Hydroelectric Reservoirs are Damaging Costa Rica’s Rivers

The protection of Costa Rica's biodiversity is increasing, mainly for its rivers, which want to be used for hydroelectric reservoir projects, but what many people ignore are the damages that these projects can cause. It is a struggle of years,...

Sea Sponges: Key Biological Organisms in Combating the Climate Crisis

A group of Spanish researchers, from the Center for Advanced Studies in Blanes (CEAB-CSIC), found that sea sponges retain about 48 million tons of silicon per year in the oceans, which contributes to mitigating the greenhouse effect and global...

Puerto Viejo Community Rejects Construction of a Berth on the Marine Platform

The Costa Rican Tourism Institute (ICT) has awarded the company NÁUTICA JJ S.A. the construction of a 75-meter long berth on the marine platform of Puerto Viejo, Limón, a project valued at ¢ 415 million. Local tourism and environmental...

Environmentalists Celebrate Expiration of the Last Trawling License in Costa Rica

Last Friday, August 16th, 2019, the last license for semi-industrial trawling shrimp fishing granted in the country, which generated satisfaction in the environmental sector, expired. The permission given by the Costa Rican Institute of Fisheries and Aquaculture (Incopesca), was...

Pre-Conference on Climate Change Will Talk About Moratorium on the Pineapple Expansion

The United Nations (UN) has pointed to agribusiness as responsible for aggravating the Climate Crisis, mainly due to the impacts resulting from the change in land use, that is, deforestation. Meanwhile, in Costa Rica, the environmental crime product of the...
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How To Save Data When Using Youtube

This digital platform has been designed to host videos that users can watch whenever they want. In addition, through it, you can...

Costa Rica Aims To Double Annual Coffee Production for 2023

Coffee arrived in Latin America in 1720, with the first seeds of the Coffe arabica species that was sown in Martinique, but the aromatic...

Helpful Tips for Finding A Job When You’re Over Forty-five Years Old

Finding a job when your older than forty-five is not an easy task. If your age is close or above this number, you...
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