Water Debacle and the Human Being

The relationship between water and the human being has been an abusive, toxic and highly contradictory relationship. It is unheard of, but with our...

Get to Know The Largest Underground Lake in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is known throughout the world as a country rich in natural wonders. Volcanoes, beaches, mountains, and animal species are just a mouthful...

Japan Resumes Commercial Whaling after 30-Year Interruption

Japan officially resumed commercial whaling on Monday, after deciding to leave the International Whaling Commission (IWC) 6 months ago and settle the moratorium that...

Airplane Stelae Affect Climate More than Their CO2 Emissions

Airplanes, with their noise, their consumption of huge amounts of fuel and their emissions, are one of the human creations that most alter the...

Water: An Invaluable Treasure

According to the phrase "every drop counts" and, in these times, opening the tap and getting quality water, drinkable, and accessible, it is really...

Guaria Morada: National Flower of Costa Rica

It symbolizes the diversity and beauty of our natural ecosystems. The purple orchid is popularly known as the purple guaria whose scientific name is Cattleya...

Corcovado National Park: King of Nature

In Costa Rica, there are innumerable tourist attractions for all those visitors who plan a different day. For that reason today we will talk...

X-Rays of Costa Rican Rivers Show Alarming Pollution Levels

During the last decades, we forgot to live in harmony with nature. We need to move towards a life that allows sustainable and sustainable...

La Fortuna, CITTED-UNED, and UNED Sarapiquí Were Awarded with Ecological Blue Flag

The Ecological Blue Flag Program (PBAE) last Thursday awarded 2,773 local committees in 15 categories for their voluntary efforts to protect the environment and...

Inside Look at Tambor Bay Turtles – How local citizens banded together to...

The residents of Tambor never dreamed they had a secret treasure on their beaches arriving year after year. A group of curious, nature-loving residents...
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