Fighting Plastic Pollution in Paradise

Mother Earth is in trouble and it is because of us. As harsh as that may sound, it is a fact that throughout the...

Costa Rica Begins to Use a Desalination Plant

Due to the frequent drought periods that have been affecting the coastal area of Santa Cruz in Guanacaste, a company finances the creation of...
Drinkable water is possible after a desalination process of marine water.

Costa Rica: Drinkable Water Everywhere

It corresponds to the Costa Rican Institute of Aqueducts and Sewers (AyA), as an entity rector in matters of fresh water supply, sanitation services,...
Costa Rica has an extraordinary biodiversity in flora and fauna.

Costa Rica: A Paradise for Hummingbirds

When we talk about tropical wonders, we cannot fail to mention Costa Rica, both for its incredible tourist attractions and for its beautiful animal...

Paper Handcrafts Made in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is, no doubt, a beautiful country. Not only for its beautiful coastline (from which its name originates), but also for its green...

The Costa Rican “Thermal Dome”

The presence of the oceanic phenomenon the "Thermal Dome" of Costa Rica was detected off the coasts of the Central American country in 1948,...
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Costa Rica Promotes the Carbon Neutral Program in 2021

Costa Rica began in 2012 one of its most ambitious projects in history; to become one of the 1st carbon neutral countries in the...
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Scientists Study Shark Population Growth in Isla del Coco

The Center for Research in Marine Sciences and Limnology (Cimar) of the University of Costa Rica (UCR) maintains constant monitoring in Isla del Coco...

Depths of the “Cahuita” National Park

The name Cahuita comes from the terms "Kawe" which means "Sangrillo" (a local tree in the area) and "Ta" which means "Punta". This National...
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2018 Could Be the Year of Consolidation for Electric Cars in Costa Rica

Say goodbye to gas stations, oil changes, filters, maintenance of the exhaust system, and spark plugs. Now it will depend 100% on electricity and...
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