Volunteers Collected about 1 Ton of Trash Last Weekend

A great day of garbage collection was held last Saturday, June 1st, in which it was possible to remove from the streets and sidewalks...

Let’s Take Care of Our Beaches, Avoid Marine Pollution

Costa Rica is a wonderful ecological paradise, but we all have to be on the alert for avoiding environmental problems that affect its eco-health....

Municipal Nursery of San José Will Produce 16 Thousand Trees

A new tree nursery located in Pavas will produce 16,000 trees and shrubs to contribute to the tree planting process of different parks and...

Costa Rica Becomes World Leader in the Export of Butterflies

In the midst of the traditional products headed by bananas, pineapples, coffee, and medical devices that have crept in recent years among the goods...

How Well Do You Know Our Country’s Geography?

Have you ever wondered if you know well the geography of our country? If your answer is no, then we invite you to know some...

New Frog Species Is Discovered in Talamanca

A new species of bell frog was discovered in Costa Rica, as revealed in an article published on May 23rd, 2019, in the “Zootaxa”...

SINAC Is Sued to Apply Management Plan for River and Sea Crocodiles

The Contentious Administrative Court will initiate the final hearing of a lawsuit filed by environmental activist and lawyer Walter Brenes against the National System...

Project Analyzes the Effects of Climate Change on the Relationships among Species of Plants,...

Climate change represents one of the main threats that ecosystems currently face. The páramo is considered one of the most vulnerable in the Neotropics...

Costa Rica: A Small Country Giving Gigantic Lessons

We are used to pressing a button to turn the light on or off, but for electricity to reach homes, businesses or industries there...

Terremoto! What Is Going On ln Costa Rica?

No matter how jaded one can be, when the earth shakes, and shakes hard like it did this Sunday at the border between Costa...
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