A Year in Review: Costa Rica Volcanoes

After a huge bang, the lava shoots up to the sky and starts to flow down the hills, burning everything in its way.  This scenario...
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Costa Rica Electricity Rate Increase Comes as a Shock

Back in March, the state utilities regulator announced that Costa Rica had met its yearly energy demand almost exclusively with renewable resources and, therefore,...

The new face of Architecture

How Green Technologies will shape the face of Costa Rica Costa Rica has announced that there will be an integration of Solar Energy into the...

Bird Watcher’s Guide to Paradise:

The magnificent and bio-diverse area of Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula is home to roughly 463 different species of birds! That makes this area incredibly...

Huge Win for Animal Welfare in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is cracking down on illegal breeders. Learn how you too can help animal welfare! Earlier in April, 64 dogs were seized from tragic...

Conservation on the Osa Peninsula:

Costa Rica is making continuous strides in conservation! Learn how individuals and visitors can get involved in keeping this country beautiful! The Osa Peninsula is home...

The Netherlands Looks to Ban Gas Powered Cars

The Netherlands is one of the countries leading the way in the battle to put an end to gas powered cars. It's been praised...

Chile’s Villarrica Erupts, Over 3,000 to be Evacuated

The Villarrica volcano in southern Chile and one of the busiest in the country, erupted this morning, creating spectacular lava shows and requiring evacuation...

The Economic and Natural Benefits of Costa Rica’s Coral Reefs

Costa Rica’s majestic coral reefs, covering approximately 970 km2 of the seabed, have multiple benefits for nature but especially significant economic value.The Interamerican Association...

Haiti Needs Our Help – What Can We Do?

As anyone who has been watching the news knows, Haiti is recovering from Hurricane Matthew, a Category 4 hurricane that recently devastated the poorest...
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