Recycling Plastics in Costa Rica: A Challenge to Be Met

Costa Rica discards 564 tons of plastic daily, which, instead of being used for recycling, are accumulated in landfills or left in the environment....

Monteverde Cloud Forest Biological Reserve: Private Sanctuary for Biodiversity

The Monteverde Cloud Forest Biological Reserve is a private reserve located in Costa Rica, along the Sierra de Tillarán, between the provinces of Puntarenas...

Mussels: Water Pollution Vacuum Cleaners

"They are super filters of the marine environment, with up to 25 liters of water filtered per day", explains marine biologist Leïla Meistertzheim. "And...

30 Micro-Companies Improved Their Competitiveness in the Entrepreneurial Market

Improving aspects that may deteriorate the quality and productivity of small and micro-scale enterprises (SMEs), as well as optimizing processes that may affect the...

More than 38,000 Disposable Plastic Bottles Will Not Pollute the Sea

From 2 pm on, last August 1st, 2 hydration posts on the route to the Basilica de los Angeles were enabled. This way, Catholic...

Why Costa Rica’s Wealth is Its Amazing Natural Enviroment

Costa Rica is a country nestled in the tropics and bathed by two oceans, is one of the countries with the greatest ecological diversity...

Have You Been to the Poas Volcano Park Yet? It is Simply Unique!

The Poas Volcano is one of the most spectacular volcanoes in the country and of extraordinary scenic beauty. It has several types of habitat...

Costa Rican Coffee Exported to Europe Will Have a Green Label

It is a label similar to the nutritional labels that come in edible products. It will detail the water footprint (amount of water that...

Do You Know Why Mosquitoes Always Choose You?

When summer comes, mosquitoes arrive. Nothing ruins a perfect evening than its buzzing, which warns that a mosquito is looking for hot food. There...

Believe It or Not, Animals Cannot Keep the Pace of Climate Change

Climate change is going too fast for living things. Attempts to adapt occur in all orders of life: with the rise in temperature, there...
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