Renewable energy on the rise in Latin America and CaribbeanEnergía renovable en aumento en...

Washington, D.C., U.S.A. – Latin America and the Caribbean are the world’s cleanest regions when it comes to energy sources. Renewable sources meet 30% of...

Latin America proposes sustainable agriculture plan

San Jose, Costa Rica, October 21 (ECLAC/FAO/IICA). Despite the current context of volatility and high food prices, in the long term, the agricultural sector in...

Costa Rican animated film teaches about climate change

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PL5gakDxVsQ Frankling Chang, Costa Rican astronaut, on climate change and Odyssey 2050 "Odissey 2050", an animated film made in Costa Rica was released to the public...

PRECOCIOUS PRIMATES IN THE LAND OF PURA VIDA

Tourists have come to associate Costa Rica with breathtaking views of the likes of Arenal, Irazu, Poas and Turrialba; lush rainforests, beautiful, exotic beaches,...

Paulownia Tree Could Become an Environmental Solution

Pavulonia a multipurpose tree of Chinese origin, is able to capture 50% of carbon dioxide, used to feed livestock, wood provides only 9 years,...

First wind power plant in Honduras

Central America has tremendous opportunities in developing green energy. From biofuels to hydro and wind to thermal there is a lot these central American...

COSTA RICA’S GREEN ECOLOGICAL PARTY TO JOIN THE FEDERATION OF GREEN PARTIES OF...

The Partido Verde Ecologista (PVE), or Green Ecological Party, of Costa Rica is proud to announce that it will be officially integrated into The...

A Beginner’s Guide to Birdwatching in Costa Rica

Costa Rica attracts visitors from faroff corners of the world for a variety of reasons: excellent surfing, beautiful landscapes, peaceful populace, tropical climate. Not...

Costa Rica’s Sportfishing and Tourism Commission adds TBF’s conservation director among its seven board...

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica --- Costa Rica, one of the world’s premier sportfishing destinations, has named Herbert Nanne, and Monica Gutierrez to the country’s...

Get to Know Costa Rica’s Tropical Fruit

A common gripe about living in Costa Rica is the repetitive food. There’s a certain comfort in always being able to stop by your...
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