Motley Crue Drummer Tommy Lee Speaks Up For Sea Shepherd Founder Captain Paul Watson...

At a recent Motley Crue concert in Bamberg, Germany legendary drummer Tommy Lee spoke up about conservation group Sea Shepherd Conservation Society and, Captain...

Monkey Bridges Save Animals And Electricity Faults In Guanacaste

- Often new visitors are shocked to see such wildlife outside of the Costa Rica rainforest, but living with the wildlife is just...

Paul Watson of Sea Shepherd Warns South Korea Whalers

TCRN] - Captain Paul Watson, of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, while waiting in Germany on possible extradition to Costa Rica, is still working...

Japan Donates $9 Million to Protect Costa Rica National Parks and Wild-life Areas

The government of Japan has donated $9 million to Costa Rica for the protection of national parks and protected wild-life areas. The donation was...

Four arrested in Costa Rica shark fin poaching operation

Four Costa Ricans were arrested yesterday morning by the National Coast Guard (NG) on suspicion of killing sharks at sea for their fins. Authorities seized...

First National Waste Management Guide Published

San Jose - During the celebration of the World Environment Day, Costa Rica reassured its commitment to the protection the environment by releasing...

CATIE Representing Costa Rica at the Rio +20 Rio de Janeiro Brazil

Rio de Janeiro - The Tropical Agricultural Research and Higher Education Center (CATIE) has been in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to represent Costa...

Costa Rica – Paul Watson Waiting on Germany’s Extradition Decision

TCRN] - Paul Watson, founder of Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, originally arrested at Frankfurt airport involving Costa Rican shark fin poachers in Guatemalan waters,...

Costa Rica – Pamela Anderson defends Captain Watson of Sea Shepherd

Actress Pamela Anderson came out today in defense of the founder of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, Paul Watson, who is in Germany awaiting...

Costa Rica – Second Largest Central American Project Could Hit Road Block

The Diquís hydroelectric project being developed by Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE) is accused of violating international standards of the International Labour Organization (ILO)...
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