Poas Volcano Lake May Evaporate Completely in Coming Months

The National Seismological Network (RSN) warned that the lake in the Poas Volcano could disappear entirely in the next few months, if weather conditions...

Absence of Law Threatens Water in Costa Rica

The absence of a modern law that protects water resources is one of the main threats to the water in Costa Rica, said the...

Costa Rica Joins Earth Hour on March 23

This March 23, 8:30 to 9:30 pm celebrates Earth Hour. This global initiative, created by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) aims to raise public...

Costa Rica to Create Virtual Atlas of its Rich Biodiversity

The Government and academic and scientific institutions of Costa Rica will work in the coming months to create a virtual atlas of biodiversity of...

40% of the Sea Turtles that Nested in the Leatherback Marine Park are New

During the nesting season of the leatherback sea turtle, which began last October and ends in March, they have recorded 31 turtles of which...

Costa Rica Awards 6 Clean Energy Projects

Costa Rica News - Costa Rica's government signed "letters of intent" with local private companies to develop six clean energy projects that will to...

Blue Carbon, Treasure Hidden in Wetlands

Costa Rica News - Mangroves and wetlands could be the right way to reach the goal of a carbon neutral country by 2021. Mangroves...

Costa Rica Registers New Bird Species

Costa Rica News - Costa Rica already boasts 5% of the world’s biodiversity and as a land bridge between North and South America Costa...

Work in Order to Restrict Herbicide used in Pineapple Industry

The herbicide bromacil is one of the most used by the pineapple sector in their plantations, and the Directorate of Environmental Quality Management (DIGECA),...

Representatives of 17 Countries Analyzed Forest Protection Financial Strategies

Costa Rica News – This week in Costa Rica representatives of 17 countries analyzed tools to finance the protection and responsible forest protection and...
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