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    The Digital Footprint: An Online Double-edged Sword

    Everyone that uses the Internet creates his/her digital footprint. All comments made on social media, the news article you share, even the purchases you...

    Costa Rica Strengthens Biodiversity of Isla Del Coco

    The Ministry of Environment and Energy (Minae) of Costa Rica announced today the strengthening of the program for the protection of marine and insular...

    Costa Rica Has a New Association of Interpreters and Mediators for LESCO

    In this month of June, the LESCO Association of Interpreters and Mediators (ASIMEL) were officially created, a national organization that seeks to promote the...

    Reflections of a Tico Tourism Student in Pandemic Times

    It is no secret to anyone that the health crisis continues in the whole world and to date has been present for more than...

    Costa Rica: a “Sanctuary Of Well-Being” and Nature Without Crowds

    Costa Rica offers itself to the world as a "sanctuary of well-being", endorsed by efficient sanitary protocols and based on sustainability and biodiversity without...

    Know the Vehicle Circulation Restrictions that Will Apply During June and Part of July...

    This past Friday the Costa Rican National Emergency Commission (CNE) reported that the measures applied in the country to reduce the spread of COVID-19...

    Humanity in Trouble if Biodiversity Decreases Further, Warns the United Nations

    Humanity must rethink its relationship with nature and bet more on the care of all species, is the global call today as we celebrate...

    The Humble Tico Who Studied Four Careers Thanks To Soccer

    Roberto Wong, the Tico who was captain of the Buenos Aires soccer team in his days as a player, took advantage of the scholarships...

    Experts Provide Options to Improve Security in Costa Rican National Parks

    Improving security measures in national parks is essential to avoid human losses, according to the director of the Fundación Caminantes de Costa Rica, Raúl...

    Reduction In Capacity Of Bars, Hotels And Temples Begins This May 13th in Costa...

    Starting this Thursday, May 13th, there will be a reduction in capacity in bars, hotels, national parks, places of worship and social, academic and...

    New Documentary: “Until The Sun Dies”, a Strong Defense of our Mother Earth

    Claudio Carbone's new documentary: “Hasta que Muera el Sol” ("Until The Sun Dies"), denounces the loss of territory of the Terraba Indians, despite the...

    Food Packaging in Costa Rica Aims to be Responsible, Renewable and Recyclable

    As global demand for packaged foods increases, the need for sustainable solutions becomes more urgent. Much of the food packaging used today is made...

    Tons of Plastic Floating in the Sea Was Discovered In the Caribbean

    Images captured last year off the Honduran island of Roatan by photographer Caroline Power show the shocking fact that plastic is wreaking havoc on...

    Violent Games: 8 Suggestions for a Safer Interaction Between Children

    Violence surrounds the life of everyone and everywhere. In the case of children, they are surrounded by violent fables, toys and games. It is...

    Why a Toxic Environment at Work Follows You Home and How You Can Protect...

    When Nikolina switched from office to work from home in early 2020, as the Pandemic spread across the world, she hoped her company's toxic...

    Costa Rica Invites You to Generate Social and Environmental Solutions

    With the aim of finding citizen and innovative proposals to face social and environmental problems, the call is open to send proposals to the...

    Canadian Cinema Stands Up to False Indigenous People

    Canada, in its reconciliation efforts with indigenous peoples, has different programs to support members of these traditionally discriminated communities and the creative sphere is...

    Project That Helps Street Youth to Rejoin the Tico Society Requests Your Support

    Reducing the young population that lives on the streets and helping them to reintegrate into the Tico society, is the objective of the Matías...

    “Do It Foundation” Donates Wheelchairs to Thousands of Costa Ricans with Disabilities

    With the aim of improving the quality of life of disabled people, the “Do It Foundation” has benefited hundreds of Costa Ricans who need...

    Life Counts on You

    Dear readers, I will begin by saying that this time I will talk about a tough topic that many do not want to face:...

    50% capacity in Churches and Line to Receive Communion, New Measures Approved for Religious...

    The Ministry of Health endorsed a change in the rules for the celebration of religious activities, for example, it was authorized to expand the...

    Costa Rican Soccer Players Participate in Campaign Against Racism

    This weekend, in round 14 of the local tournament, the players of the 12 teams from the first division of Costa Rican soccer will...

    Costa Rican Government Launches Plan to Reduce Inappropriate Solid Waste Management

    The Costa Rican Government launched this past Wednesday the Action Plan for the Integral Management of Waste, whose main objectives are to reduce the...

    Initiative to Legalize Safe and Free Abortion in Costa Rica Was Presented

    Feminist groups presented a popular initiative that aims to bring to the Costa Rican Congress a bill on legal, safe and free abortion, for...

    March 3rd: “World Wildlife Day”, A Date for Global Reflection

    A day of global reflection for the care of wildlife takes place today in the world, with digital activities aimed at the protection of...

    Costa Rica Calls On All Nations for Promoting Inclusion and Equality

    Costa Rica called today in the World Economic and Social Council (Ecosoc) to promote inclusion and equality, as well as to eliminate racism, xenophobia...

    Are We More Human With Online Work?

    Remote working has taken many people by surprise. Those who knew how to manage their emotions in face-to-face relationships are not always capable of...

    Tico Chamber of Commerce Supports the Elimination of the Vehicle Circulation Restriction on Weekends

    The businessmen grouped in the Costa Rican Chamber of Commerce agreed to support the decision for eliminating the vehicle circulation restriction on weekends. In...

    Costa Rica Urges the Americas to Eliminate Child Labor

    Costa Rica today called on the Americas to become the first region in the world free of child labor, in a virtual event held...

    Costa Rica Promotes: A Summer Without Forest Fires

    Costa Rica today presented the 2021 campaign: “A summer without forest fires”, with the aim of reinforcing prevention efforts against these incidents in the...

    Costa Rican Tuna should be for Costa Rican Fishermen

    Costa Rica has a wealth of tuna in its seas like few other countries in the world. The problem is that most of this...

    Changes in Vehicle Circulation Restrictions for 2021 begin this week

    As of this past Monday, January 4th, changes in the sanitary vehicle circulation restriction apply as a measure to reduce the mobility of people...

    Think about Donating Used Bikes to Indigenous Children Who Walk Hours to School

    The World Olympic Athletes Association (WOA), an organization recognized by the International Olympic Committee, announced that the “Yo Impulso” Foundation, led by the Costa...

    Costa Rica Rules Out Closing All for Facing the Critical Situation Due to COVID-19

    The Minister of Health of Costa Rica, Daniel Salas, ruled out applying extreme measures to avoid the spread of COVID-19, despite the complex situation...

    Application of the Vehicle Restriction Remains Unchanged for all December, say Tico Authorities

    In order to eliminate any doubts regarding the application of the vehicle circulation restriction during the special end-of-year dates, the Ministry of Public Works...

    Costa Rica Adds Sixth Consecutive Year with more than 98% of Renewable Electricity Generation

    The National Electric System (SEN) will add at the end of 2020 the sixth consecutive year with more than 98% of renewable electrical generation,...

    True Health and How Little We Know about the Ecosystems in and Around Us

    Putting aside for a moment the terabytes of sophisticated messages coming from politics and the media and industry for a moment, how well does...

    Do Families Emerge Strengthened from the Pandemic?

    The family effects of confinement derived from the Pandemic, in addition to those resulting from job loss and the economic crisis, have been especially...

    Campaign Seeks To Eradicate Use of Single-Use Plastic Bottles in Tourism Sector

    The "Costa Rica Plastic Free" campaign launched in partnership between the Preserve Planet organization and the WilDTours Costa Rica company, aims to eradicate the...

    Costa Rican National Children’s Trust Supports Initiative to Prevent Re-victimization of Minors in the...

    For the National Children's Trust (PANI), it is extremely important to approve National Law no.22122, which seeks to prevent re-victimization and guarantee the rights...
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