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    CABEI and Korea promote modernization of the sewage and wastewater treatment plants in Costa...

    The Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) announced today that it will be executing a non-reimbursable Technical Cooperation for $ 600,000 which was...

    Hammerhead Shark’s Trip from Ecuador to Costa Rica is Fully Documented

    A group of scientists has documented for the first time the migration, almost in real time, of a pregnant female hammerhead shark (Sphyrna lewini)...

    Costa Rican Biological Corridors, a Bridge for the Conservation of Biodiversity

    In Costa Rica, biological corridors are the second most important conservation strategy in terms of territory and scope promoted by the National Program of...

    Plogging, the New Fitness Trend that Takes Care of the Environment

    Plogging is derived from the Swedish term "ploka", which means to pick up trash while jogging. This idea was born in 2016 in Sweden...

    Pineapple Consumed in the US is the third most Eco-clean Product and 90% comes...

    For the fifth consecutive year, pineapple was considered the third food with the least presence of pesticides. This news was celebrated by the National...

    Costa Rica Advocates the Reactivation of Tourism Focused on the Protection of Wildlife

    This initiative already has the participation of tourism chambers, tourism companies, the National University,

    In Nairobi UN Virtual Assembly for the Environment

    The role of nature in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) will focus the discussions at the fifth session of the United Nations Environment...

    Chrysalis Export in Costa Rica: A Sustainable Business

    They are called Heliconius doris de sobando, a name reflected in butterfly eggs. An entire industry in Costa Rica depends on them.

    Costa Rica Calls for an Ecological and Resilient Recovery

    Costa Rica today called on the international community to expand and strengthen adaptation solutions to guarantee an ecological and resilient recovery. "The slow pace...

    Tourism Stock Exchange Helps Communities Promote Experiences in Costa Rica

    The Chorotega Regional Headquarters of the National University (UNA) through the Business Management of Sustainable Tourism career and with the support of the Vice-Rectory...

    Campaign seeks to eradicate single-use Plastic Bottles in the Costa Rican 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 single-use...

    What is an Ecological Way of Life?

    In 1972 while studying in New York, “The Limits of Growth” was published by MIT by petition of UNESCO.  This report presented the first...

    Schools in Costa Rica with Solar Energy Guachipelín School (Escazú) Won Donation of Photovoltaic...

    The Guachipelín School was chosen from among 17 other organizations that participated in the first edition of the “Soy Luciérnaga” program of the greenenergy®...

    Costa Rican Science Makes Its Way into the Study of the Deep Sea

    Have you ever heard of the deep sea? This is what science calls all those waters and sea beds that are below 200 meters...

    3 Electric Buses Will Arrive This Month to Costa Rica

    Three electric buses will enter the country during September to carry out tests in Tres Ríos, Desamparados, and Alajuela. These tests will give indications...

    New Proposed Law on Water Resource Management Presents Serious Flaws and Omissions

    The Environment Commission in the Legislative Assembly passed bill # 20.212 called: "Law for Integrated Management of Water Resources" without incorporating the 21 observations...

    Using Coffee Sediment to Purify Water, an Active Research at the Nanotechnology Laboratory

    Deilyn Ureña, an Environmental Engineering student at the Tecnológico de Costa Rica (TEC), was awarded the CeNAT-Conare 2020 scholarship. The young woman who is...

    Global Environment Fund Appoints Costa Rican Minister as Its Director

    The Minister of Environment and Energy of Costa Rica, Carlos Manuel Rodríguez, was appointed director of the Global Environment Fund (GEF), a position that...

    What Steps Have The Costa Rican Population Taken To Counter Climate Change?

    Climate Change is an issue that today generates a direct impact on citizens, this includes their buying and consumption habits. It turns out that...

    The “Silly Bird” (Pájaro Bobo), A Colorful Bird with Unique Song and Beautiful Tail

    The so-called “Silly bird” (Pájaro Bobo) belongs to the Momotidae bird family. In Costa Rica, this family has six species, all with beautiful and...

    Jerhy Rivera: another Costa Rican Indigenous Leader Assassinated

    After less than a year of the indigenous environmental leader Sergio Rojas having been killed, Costa Rica is struck again with the murder on...

    Is Mankind Destroying Planet Earth?

    Disasters are natural or human-made events that negatively affect daily life, industry, environment, etc., often leading to permanent changes in human societies and the...

    Costa Rica: A Country Dedicated to Environmental Conservation

    Pollution control and natural resource management have allowed Costa Rica to be the 3rd nation in the world that best conserves the environment. In fact,...

    Get to Know Carara National Park, a Lush Tropical Paradise with an Amazing Abundance...

    Carara is located in the transitional zone between the dry and wet forests of the Pacific region. Considered as an excellent living laboratory, where...

    Have You Visited the Volcán Poás National Park?

    Those tourists who seek to encounter volcanoes firsthand and up-close should come to Costa Rica as their main destination worldwide for this experience. Costa...

    Palo Verde National Park: A Birdwatchers' Heaven in Guanacaste

    Located along the banks of the Tempisque River, Palo Verde National Park is one of the best places in Costa Rica to appreciate the...

    The Balance of Nature: How Delicate Is It?

    The balance of nature may be disturbed by various causes. Events such as cataclysms are geological phenomena that alter the conditions of the environment...

    Have you Explored Río Térraba? It is Costa Rica's Largest River

    The Térraba River, located in the southern Región Brunca in Costa Rica, is the largest in the country

    “Catarata De La Paz”: A Breathtaking Natural Wonder in Alajuela

    We cannot always have a month or even a week of vacation. However, a nature excursion outside the city to break the routine. Breathing...

    Discover the Most Attractive Mirador of Costa Rica

    They say that from above everything looks better perhaps, that is why many of us love the mirador

    Discover 3 Amazing Places for Hiking in Costa Rica

    Without a doubt, Costa Rica has spectacular natural landscapes, which are best discovered with a good walk
    International Mountain Day 11 December

    Imagine Costa Rica with no Mountains; Now Let's Celebrate International Mountain Day

    Mountains are actually extremely important (they do have their own holiday!) and integral to life on our planet for human beings, animals, plants —pretty much the entire global ecosystem. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) is the body responsible for organizing this worldwide commemoration

    Meet Jennifer Leigh Smith And Community Carbon Trees-Costa Rica

    In our country there are people focused on doing much good to those around them and to their natural surroundings

    Use of Agrochemicals Impacts Bee Populations in Costa Rica!

    To public opinion, in general; to the President of Costa Rica, Carlos Alvarado Quesada, and his cabinet staff in particular…

    eFlora App: The New Partner for Environmental and Tourism Education

    To know precisely the name and other characteristics of the different species of national trees, there is a new digital support tool: the eFlora...

    Use of Herbicides in Public Places Triggers Alert for Health Affectation

    The Ministry of Health alerts the population for the serious affectation of health that can cause the use of herbicides registered as professional and...

    Municipality Installed 160 Bicycle Racks in San José’s Public Spaces

    With the objective of facilitating urban cycling and so that the users of the bike path have a safe place for their means of...

    New Talamanca Stores Should Avoid Using Plastic Straws to Obtain the Municipal Patent

    New businesses in Talamanca must commit to the prohibition of the use of plastic straws in order to obtain the municipal patent. The Municipal Council...

    High Vibrational Living and Why You Need To Consider It

    High vibrational living!? You may have heard this buzz word around the water cooler lately and wondered to yourself, what does it mean? Google,...

    Recycling Plastics in Costa Rica: A Challenge to Be Met

    Costa Rica discards 564 tons of plastic daily, which, instead of being used for recycling, are accumulated in landfills or left in the environment....
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