Plans for Genetically Modified Seeds Spur Protest

Close to one hundred people gathered in front of the Ministerio de Agricultura y Ganaderia (MAG) in San Jose on Tuesday, November 6, to...

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...

Researching Climate Change on the Osa Peninsula

Conservation organizations are studying sea turtles and other Costa Rican wildlife to discover the effects of climate change on the biodiversity of the Osa Peninsula.

Cities take steps to control litter on beaches

by M. ALFARO XIMENAThe municipalities of the most visited beaches of the country stepped up measures to control the flood of waste deposited by...

Annual Biofuel Conference Set for Costa Rica

SAN JOSE, CR --- (April 7, 2010) The world depends on energy for common, every day activities and much more. Gasoline and diesel are...

Coast Guard rescued 3,000 leatherback eggs in Limón

The intervention of officers of the National Guard and environmental organizations saved more than 3,000 leatherback eggs from ending up in cantinas or street...

NASA Discovers Rectangle-Shaped Iceberg in Antarctica

Scientists found an impressive piece of ice, with edges perfectly cut at right angles, in Antarctica, the continent located to the south of the...

October – Time to Celebrate More Than Halloween

October will no longer only be considered the tenth month of the year.  The month where we celebrate the festival, Cultural Encounters, on October...

For Junior Zookeepers, Costa Rica Trip Provides Glimpse of the Real Thing

Costa Rica - (AP) — The simulated rainforest at Miller Park Zoo is fun to visit, but nothing beats the real thing.Once every two...

World Bank for a Carbon Fund Selects Costa Rica

This month Costa Rica became the first choice for World Bank for a Carbon Fund, allowing access to $63 million for the Payment Program...
Language »