Guide to the most popular volcanoes in Costa Rica

We have created a guide to the most popular volcanoes in Costa Rica for you to visit and adventure. Since we have almost entered...
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Turrialba Volcano surprises with new eruption

The National Seismological Network (RSN) captured a new eruption of the Turrialba Volcano with one of their thermal cameras, which occurred at 10:15 p.m....

Coast Guard rescued 3,000 leatherback eggs in Limón

The intervention of officers of the National Guard and environmental organizations saved more than 3,000 leatherback eggs from ending up in cantinas or street...

Children’s Museum to have Environment Fair

At the end of the week The Children's Museum will dress in green to celebrate its first Environment Fair, which was organized as a...

Are Earthquakes and Volcano Activity on the Rise?

The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - If it seems like earthquakes and erupting volcanoes are happening more frequently, that’s because they are. Looking at...

Environment: vital concern of some ‘millennials’

This is the generation that was born watching the television shows Captain Planet and the Planeteers as well as The Blue Planet.It’s the same...

Parking lot in San Jose to be environmental example

Felipe Lang is the administrator of Tata Parking, located in the Don Bosco neighborhood of San Jose. At first glance one might think that...

UN against the trade in wild fauna and flora; “Go Wild for Life”

"Return for wildlife" is achieved by the World Environment Day 2016 and was launched by the United Nations. This increased the amount of people...

Turrialba volcano becomes increasingly dangerous within 2 kilometers, says volcanologist

Risk of falling rocks and hot gases are concentrated in the vicinity of the Colossus The Turrialba volcano becomes increasingly dangerous for the people...

Costa Rica has a Dirty Little Secret

Costa Rica has a garbage problem, and it’s more complex than you think. Despite national-level efforts to make Costa Rica a greener country, it seems...
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