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    Flora and Fauna: A Deep View of Our Nature

    Costa Rica is home to approximately 5% of the planet's biodiversity. Due to its wide variety of habitats, it has a nature where 500,000 species

    Pre-Conference on Climate Change Will Talk About Moratorium on the Pineapple Expansion

    The United Nations (UN) has pointed to agribusiness as responsible for aggravating the Climate Crisis, mainly due to the impacts resulting from the change...

    New Butterfly Species with Pink Back Wings Discovered in Guanacaste

    Philtronoma Cbdora; this is the name of a new species of butterfly native to Guanacaste that was discovered by Costa Rican scientists and presented...

    Alert: “Junk Food” Is Harming Birds!

    Better known as the "Darwin’s finches", it is the species of birds that, until now, most feeds on food prepared for human consumption. This...

    Project Analyzes the Effects of Climate Change on the Relationships among Species of Plants,...

    Climate change represents one of the main threats that ecosystems currently face. The páramo is considered one of the most vulnerable in the Neotropics...

    Corcovado National Park: Where Nature Is King

    In Costa Rica, there are innumerable tourist attractions for all those visitors who plan an unforgettable day. For that reason today we...

    48% of Forests in Central America Are Defended by Indigenous Peoples

    Indigenous peoples occupy vast tracts of Central American territory, including more than half of the region's forests and many of its waterways. This, together...

    The Key to Eat Better and, at the Same Time, Protect the Planet

    To feed 10,000 million humans by 2050, in a healthy way and respecting the planet at the same time, experts advocate dividing the consumption...

    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...
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    The World Robotics Olympiad was Tinged with Environmental Technologies

    The robots that were designed and programmed to contribute to the environment were protagonists in the World Robotics Olympiad that was held for the...
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    Corcovado National Park – an adventure of a lifetime

    Created in 1975 to protect this gorgeous region from illegal gold mining and logging, the Corcovado National Park is an extremely popular ecotourism destination...

    BLUE OSA RETREAT CENTER

    As my three month Costa Rican excursion drew to a close, I had the opportunity to visit one of the most aesthetically and spiritually...

    Sea Shepherd Turtle Protection Campaign

    The Costa Rican Government is forcing Sea Shepherd to shut down Operation Jairo II, a campaign to protect endangered sea turtles.  Any Sea Shepherd volunteer...

    GREEN COSTA RICA

    Costa Rica has positioned itself well on the world stage as an "always green" country.  It is often recognized as an "ecological country" just...

    Costa Rica Wildfire Season Begins December 15

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The National Commission on Wildfire (CONIFOR) is getting an early start on the wildfire season due to the...

    New Decree Outlines Artificial and Natural Reef Protection Policies for Costa Rica

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - New decrees will provide regulatory frameworks for the protection of coral reefs and map out guidelines for determining the...

    Whale Watching Season is in Full Effect on Costa Rica’s Pacific Coast

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - From August to October and from December to March, tourists in Costa Rica are able to watch humpback...

    The Manatee: New National Symbol of Costa Rica

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Congress has approved the first reading of the declaration to make the manatee a new national symbol. This...

    Map of Central American Indigenous Areas Updated for 2014

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Experts will discuss the Central American territory to define, through an update of an existing map, the location...

    Puerto Ricans Rally Against Monsanto and Genetically Modified Foods

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - A demonstration held yesterday in San Juan, Puerto Rico helped the international protest called against Monsanto to reject...

    United Nations Approves Funding to Protect Costa Rica’s Wetlands

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The Global Environmental Fund of the United Nations has approved a program for the conservation and sustainable use...

    Corcovado Park in Costa Rica is the home of 2.5% of the World’s Biodiversity

    A stunning green, the dizzying height of its trees and an elegant puma invite to enter his house, which hosts 2.5% of global biodiversity:...

    Study Finds 30% of the Ecosystems in Costa Rica are Threatened

    The Costa Rican News (TCRN) – According to a recent study, 30% of the ecosystems in Costa Rica are under some kind of threat,...

    North Pacific Area of Costa Rica Offers Insight into the Effects of Increased Ocean...

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The projection that acidity in the oceans will reach record levels in the next 100 years was announced in the...

    Global Inspiration in Costa Rica: INBio

    “Costa Rica,” said Dr. Rodrigo Gamez Lobo, longtime President of INBio (National Biodiversity Institute) “is complex enough to be interesting, and small enough to...

    Which Costa Rica is right for you?

    Experiences to fit your travel style and budget Beaches On the Pacific side of Costa Rica, lush rain forest enfolds Playa Manuel Antonio, a crescent-shaped stretch...

    Climate change is happening faster than previously predicted

    Climate change is happening faster than previously predicted according to a new World Wildlife Fund report. LONDON, England (CNN) — Bringing together some of the most...

    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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