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    Neenah Paper to Help Reforest Osa Peninsula

    ALPHARETTA, Ga., -- Neenah Paper (NYSE: NP) today announced that it has partnered with Friends of the Osa and the Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin...

    Pacuare Lodge Honored

    Pacuare Lodge: Costa Rica’s quintessential whitewater rafting eco-resort has been recognized by Conde Nast Traveler as a finalist in the Preservation and Doing it...

    Good news for the Costa Rican Environment

    By: Lance Harrell Anne Slaughter Andrew has been nominated by US President Obama to head the U.S Embassy in Costa Rica. Andrew, a graduate of Georgetown...

    Wind Power in Costa Rica

    Inaugurated the first phase of wind farm in Guanacaste which began operating 30 of the 55 turbines that make up the wind farm. For...

    The Blue Morpho Butterfly

    By: Elizabeth Mann The Blue Morpho butterfly lives in the tropical rain forests of Latin America from Mexico to Columbia. They are among the largest...

    Beetle from Costa Rica named after Charles Darwin

    The beetle, named Canthidium (Eucanthidium) darwini, was discovered in a remote and unexplored UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Talamanca Mountains as part of...

    Sandpoint students help turtles in Costa Rica

    Sandpoint Middle School eighth-grade student Devan Fitzpatrick has a pretty good idea what profession she wants to pursue when she is older. But just...

    Search for turtles in Costa Rica

    When my first volunteer shift begins, at 8 p.m. on a balmy Sunday night, the beach at Gandoca, Costa Rica, is eerily dark. I...

    Costa Rica Leap-frogs Competition in Ecotourism

    A world leader in ecotourism, Costa Rica is a country that promotes nature conservation instead of the ruthless exploitation of natural resources, and wildlife-watching...

    Costa Rica, environmentalism, economic growth

    Liberia, Costa Rica » Sailing down Costa Rica's Tempisque River on an eco-tour, I watched a crocodile devour a bass with one gulp. It...

    Costa Rica Joins World Green Building Council

    The Costa Rica chapter of the Green Building Council (www.crgbc.org) was notified of induction into the World Green Building Council (www.worldgbc.org) on March 24,...

    Costa Rica and France battle climate change

    Brice Lalone has been appointed by the French Government to lead France's policies in their battle against climate change. Brice and France's Environment, Energy &...

    Costa Rica Leads the Way in Ecotourism

    A world leader in ecotourism, Costa Rica is a country that promotes nature conservation instead of the ruthless exploitation of natural resources, and wildlife-watching...

    Costa Rica Promotes Greener Air Travel

    Costa Rica is hoping for a big jump in its Clean Trips (Viajes Limpios) programme, which allows air passengers to offset the climate-changing gas...

    Costa Rica to Lead Executive Council of the World Tourism Organization

    The Country Recognized for Its Leadership in Sustainable Tourism Development Costa Rica, the leader and pioneer of sustainable tourism, has been chosen to head the...

    Costa Rican bananas to achieve carbon neutrality in four years

    The Costa Rican banana industry is the first banana industry in the world to put in place a coherent and holistic environmental strategy in...

    Tours offer glimpse of sea turtle nesting

    The beach is pitch black, except for the light from the stars dancing across the sky. The ocean waves pound. And right in front...
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