Botanical Gardens of Costa Rica: The Best Preserved Ones of Central America

The sense of belonging is one of the factors that always involve both specialists and the general public of Costa Rica. They share the...

Government and International Organizations Call for the Replacement of Plastics for Single Use in...

In accordance with global efforts for the protection of the planet, the Ministry of Environment and Energy (MINAE), the United Nations Development Program in ...

Virgin Forests All Around the World Are Disappearing Fast

Between 2014 and 2016, the virgin forests of the world lost an area of 90,000 square kilometers per year. That area is equivalent to...

Have You Ever Heard of Canopy Shyness?

Nature is awesome! It surprises us with its mathematical accuracy in the form of seashells, with incredible adaptations such as the change of color...

Costa Rica Continues to Be An Example in Ecological Sustainability

Costa Rica is the Central American country that has an unequaled biodiversity with approximately half a million different species among plants, animals, and landscapes.What...

Use of Plastics in Public Institutions of Costa Rica is Restricted from Now On

Plastic is one of the materials that top the list of major environmental pollutants in Costa Rica.Volunteers and environmentalists have warned about the incorrect...

Open-Pit Mining Prohibited in Costa Rica

Open-pit mining is an industry that creates very negative environmental, visual, human, and cultural impacts.It is an industrial activity that is carried out by...

Costa Rica Breaks Records in Reforestation

In recent times, deforestation linked to the logging and burning of trees has produced an abrupt change in our ecosystem, caused by human action....

TEWS Teams Up With Local Law Firm To Further Sustainable Energy Project

Recently, Total Energy To Waste Solutions (TEWS) announced its plans to build a waste to energy plant and a municipal solid waste (MSW) energy...

National Government Issues a Directive to Prohibit the Use of Plastics and Stereophone in...

Costa Rica's government issued a directive to prohibit the use of plastic and polystyrene (stereophone) in all public institutions.President Carlos Alvarado and the Minister...
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