Climate

How Costa Rica’s Climate Makes It a Tropical Paradise

The distance of the Costa Rican territory, from the Pacific Ocean to the Caribbean Sea is 322 kilometers. The variety of landscape and microclimates that can be enjoyed on the same day makes this country a paradisiacal destination.

Hunting Hurricanes are Already Active in Costa Rica

Costa Rica these days has experienced the visit of a number of experts in natural phenomena. Through its sophisticated tools. These are professionals in climatological airs. Specialized in the study of the phenomena that surprise the planet and are...

“San Juanillo” Summer 2019 in Costa Rica

A brief summer is a break that occurs in the middle of the rainy season. It receives this name because there are dry and sunny days (or with very little rain, less than or equal to 1 mm daily)....

Project Analyzes the Effects of Climate Change on the Relationships among Species of Plants, Birds, and Insects

Climate change represents one of the main threats that ecosystems currently face. The páramo is considered one of the most vulnerable in the Neotropics due to the very specific needs in terms of the conditions and resources required by...

16 Reasons Why Costa Ricans Love Phuket, Thailand

Why does Costa Ricans love Phuket? After all, both are equally attractive tropical countries and one of the most popular among tourists. Still, those Phuket villas are full of Costa Ricans, and this is a testimony to the fact...

Amphibian Decrease Associated with Pollution and Climate Change, according to the UCR

Diseases, environmental pollution, habitat loss, and climate change point to being the main cause of the decline of these animals, says an article from the University of Costa Rica (UCR). Last February, and according...

5 Tips for Buying Land Overseas to Live Off the Grid

There are many places on earth where you can live off the grid comfortably; the key to finding the right one for you is to know what will make you comfortable. Some countries have bitter cold climates, where others...

Experts Seek to Conserve and Restore Mangroves in the Country

The International Workshop for Exchange of Experiences in Mangrove Conservation and Restoration will be held this Thursday in the country for the framework of the Project Restoration, Conservation and Sustainable Management of the Mangroves of Costa Rica, Benin Against...

Rainy Season in Costa Rica

The amount of rain that will fall on Costa Rica being this country in the tropical regions of the planet have been underestimated according to the global climatic models created by NASA using the latest Satellite imagery technology by...

Meeting On The Environmental Agreement of Latin America and the Caribbean

Delegates from the governments of Latin American and Caribbean countries negotiating a regional agreement on access to environmental information, participation and justice (Principle 10 of the Rio de Janeiro Declaration on Environment and Development) will meet in San José,...
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Dengue Fever Is Doing The Rounds in Costa Rica

Recently it was known through the Ministry of Health of Costa Rica an increase of 160% in...
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Only through Science, the World Population Will Be Fed in 30 Years

Science and innovation seem to be the answer to the problem of how to feed the world population in 2050, with fewer...

Have You Visited La Amistad International Park?: A World Heritage Site

La Amistad International Park (PILA) is located in the Cordillera de Talamanca, about 280 kilometers (km) from San José, the capital of...

San Carlos Hospital Opens Yoga Course for Pregnant Teenagers

A new opportunity to help pregnant teenagers get ahead, forgive and empower themselves opened the San Carlos Hospital through a prenatal yoga...

10 reasons why Costa Rica is the Most Beautiful Country in the World

The beauty of its beaches, the attractive landscapes of its national parks, impressive volcanoes, imposing mountains, a variety of flora and fauna,...
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