Costa Rica, Regional Leader In Clean Energy Production

Costa Rica is the regional leader of clean energy, thanks to a plan that takes advantage of natural resources and climate change. During the first...

Forum Debates Region’s Environmental Future and Human Welfare

A conference hosted by International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), the world’s oldest and largest global environmental organization, began today in Panama. It is...

Teach Your Kids to Garden in Costa Rica

A beautiful aspect of living in a year-round warm climate is that one can easily grow their own produce. Sharing this magic with children...

Do You Accept the Challenge to Slow Climate Change?

What happens when two university students take to the streets with nothing but a white board and a video camera? Parque La Libertad’s “accept...

5 Ways to Lessen Your Baby’s Carbon Footprint

We all love babies. They’re small, squeaky mini-versions of adults, full of energy and personality, and adorable to boot. These tiny packages of joy...

Why You’ll Never Want to Buy Another Bottled Water in Costa Rica

The lack of action and attention to bottled water companies causes a major problem when it comes to springs and water quality control nationwide. Not...

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...

An Interview With Dr. Jane Goodall: Personal Tales of Costa Rica

Dr. Jane Goodall, the world-renowned scientist, is coming to Costa Rica this month to spread her message of empowering individuals to protect and improve...

Jaguar Tops Endangered Species Lists Throughout the Americas

The jaguar remains at the top of multiple endangered species lists
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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,...
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