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    March and April Will Have Extremely Hot Temperatures in Costa Rica with Much More Radiation

    If the first two months of 2024 have seemed hot to you, get ready because before this situation decreases, it will increase considerably throughout Costa Rica.In addition to high temperatures and a greater sensation of sultry, stronger ultraviolet (UV)...

    Bird Guide Determines Biological Wealth of Isla Caballo in Costa Rica

    An ambitious project of the Coastal Interdisciplinary Program (PIC) of the Institute of Social Studies in Population (Idespo) of the National University (UNA), which had the support of the Fund for the Strengthening of Student Capacities in University Extension...

    What Is Roundup Herbicide and Why is it so Controversial

    Roundup, a widely used herbicide manufactured by Monsanto, has faced significant controversy regarding its potential dangers to human health. The active ingredient in Roundup is glyphosate, a chemical that has been classified as a probable carcinogen by the International...

    Costa Rica Creates a Fund to Facilitate the Attraction of Climate Investments

    In the context of the Sustainability and Resilience Facility (SRS) agreement approved by the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in November 2022, the Government of Costa Rica has announced the creation of a Project Preparation Fund...

    The Green Miracle of Costa Rica, Faced With Challenge of Drought and Temptation of Fossil Fuels

    Very few countries in the world can boast of having an energy matrix powered almost entirely by renewable sources. And only one of them is a small Central American economy. Costa Rica has had up to 99% of its...

    Heat In Costa Rica And The World Will Increase In 2024

    A few months ago, the COP28 climate summit (year 2023) was held in Dubai and for the first time much emphasis was placed on the need to replace fossil fuels, the main cause of global warming, according to the...

    45 Members of National Emergency Groups Planted 240 Corals in Costa Rican Waters

    A group of 45 members of emergency groups carried out a work of planting 240 corals in the waters adjacent to the Chora Island area in Playa Sámara de Nicoya where other similar efforts were previously carried out in...

    The Threat of Plastic and the Alternatives to Face It in Costa Rica and the World

    Where are we going with the current environmental situation, what is being done to reduce the damage, is there enough support from the different powers of the world? These are questions that many people can ask themselves, including whether...

    Tico Companies Must Guarantee Care for Monkeys, Sloths and Other Electrocuted Animals

    Dozens of wild animals such as squirrels, sloths, monkeys, hammerheads, foxes and birds have electrical accidents every year due to their interaction with cables and transformers near their habitats. For this reason, a new regulation seeks to further define...

    The Importance of Starting 2024 with More Sustainable Water Consumption in Costa Rica

    According to the 2018 State of the Nation Report, although Costa Rica uses water resources effectively, it is not possible to adequately control the negative impact of its intensive use.Although 92.4% of the country's population has access to drinking...
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    Costa Rican National Assembly Continues to Discuss Possibility of Alcoholic Beverages Sponsorship in Sports

    The Institute on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (IAFA) reiterated before the deputies of the Social Affairs Commission of the...
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