Costa Rica Recycles! An Example for All the Planet

Costa Rica is a shining example worldwide of what has to be done to achieve a more ecological, more conscious, more loving future for...

Total Energy Waste Solutions Announces New Solid Waste Energy Park

Costa Rica is committed to achieving total environmental sustainability by 2021. True to this goal, about 95% of the country's energy needs are covered...
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New Law Amendment Seeks to Protect Local Flora and Fauna

Costa Rica counts on a new law to preserve local wildlife. This new amendment seeks to guarantee the protection of local species. This law...
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A Small Country Fights Climate Change

The main cause of concern for the environmentally aware is the amount of carbon monoxide and other nocive emissions than vehicles with internal combustion...

50% of Traffic Lights to Run on Solar Energy this Year

The Ministry of Public Works and Transport (MOPT), through the Directorate General of Traffic Engineering, moves forward with the process to intervene in 76...

Volunteer Neighbors Will Clean the Tibás Canton

It all began with a group of neighbors who organized themselves through social media. They worried about the amount of trash they saw on...

Drones and Technology Improve the Study of Tropical Forests

The companies Intel Costa Rica, Aerial Robotixs and the Foundation for the Development of the Central Volcanic Mountain Range (Fundecor), presented a project that...

Curiosities About Hedgehogs

In recent years, ground hedgehogs have become one of the animals that humans choose as pets. Despite this, there are some details that cannot...

Straws and Other Single-Use Plastics Will Be Prohibited in Costa Rica

The ecological culture and sustainability continues to penetrate deep into the intentions of many Costa Ricans in search of an environmental improvement and, even,...

June 5th: World Environment Day

World Environment Day was decreed by the United Nations on December 15th, 1972 and is commemorated on June 5th of each year. Its purpose...
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