Report Shows Costa Rica is the Place to be in Central America for Radical...

The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The rate of adaptation for climate change (called ND-Gain) developed by the University of Notre Dame, ranks Costa Rica as...
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Homes and Enterprises Store Renewable Energy in Grids

In the last 18 months, Costa Ricans have been benefitted by a pricing model for net metering that enables them to generate and store...

Power Company Announced LED Lighting Project

The Costa Rican National Power and Light Company recently announced the implementation of LED lighting on any new infrastructure projects. The various private companies have been...
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Bill Introduced to Legalize Medical Marijuana and Hemp in Costa Rica

All around the world, different countries are considering the question of whether to legalize marijuana for medical purposes, as well as the growing of...

Costa Rica and Ecuador Pushing for Increased Hammerhead Shark Protection

The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Costa Rica and Ecuador each filed motions for protective measures at international level to two species of hammerhead...

Top UN official confident richer nations will renew vows to curb carbon emissions

DURBAN, South Africa - The Associated Press. The top UN climate official said Saturday she is confident industrial countries will renew their pledges to cut...

Pathogen threatens citrus crop

by MARVIN S. BARQUEROA disease that causes irregular ripening in citrus has become an imminent threat to thousands of acres of orange groves, especially...
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The Importance Of Sustainable Material Sourcing For Furniture

Regardless of whether you have recently found the perfect house and are looking for bespoke furniture to bring your new home to life, or...

Environment: vital concern of some ‘millennials’

This is the generation that was born watching the television shows Captain Planet and the Planeteers as well as The Blue Planet.It’s the same...
In this photo taken Oct. 16, 2009, a man cuts down a tree in the Monarch butterfly reserve near Ocampo, Mexico. After decades of trying to stop logging in Mexico's Monarch butterfly reserve, biologists and park workers are having to cut down thousands of fir trees themselves, to combat an unprecedented infestation of bark beetles they say may have been unleashed by climate change. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

Illegal Deforestation in Mexico to Plant Avocado Trees

Due to the avocado's growing popularity in The United States and around the world as a healthy superfood, Mexican farmers have found that it's...
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