Guinness Declares Costa Rican Spider the Most Poisonous in the World

Costa Rica has one of the most poisonous spiders in the world, as published by the famous book of Guinness World Records.According to the...

Costa Rica Gets Tough on Shark Fin Imports

Costa Rica's president, Laura Chinchilla, signed a decree that tightens controls on imports of shark fins, in order to combat illegal practice known as...

Megaproject in Guanacaste Costa Rica Halted Over Water Concession

The Court ordered the project Las Catalinas to stop. The project is trying to build a village of 2500 villas for foreigners in area...

Good news for the Costa Rican Environment

By: Lance HarrellAnne Slaughter Andrew has been nominated by US President Obama to head the U.S Embassy in Costa Rica.Andrew, a graduate of Georgetown...

Costa Rica Retirement: Lower Costs, Higher Lifestyle

Featured Columnist – Retirement & Living Kat SunloveTCRN Volunteer:So let’s talk money. Just how much can you save by living as a pensionado here in Costa...

New geothermal power plant over half complete

by TCRN StaffThe construction of a new geothermal power plant in Liberia, Guanacaste, is now 55% complete, according to the Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad...

Schoolchildren in Costa Rica Learn About Biodiversity

TALAMANCA, Costa Rica — Humane Society International is conducting a series of environmental education workshops in the rural region of Talamanca in Costa Rica....

Tourists and Bloggers Could Watch 300 Birds at the BirdChallenge 2018

Costa Rica is positioning itself as one of the countries with the greatest variety of birds and as one of the preferred sites for...

National Geographic Publishes a Study on the Wasps of Guanacaste

The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The prestigious magazine National Geographic this week released a comprehensive report on the investigation of wasps held in Guanacaste,...

CATIE Representing Costa Rica at the Rio +20 Rio de Janeiro Brazil

Rio de Janeiro - The Tropical Agricultural Research and Higher Education Center (CATIE) has been in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to represent Costa...
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