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    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 Road Less Damaging

    Submitted by: Jeffery Cutler There have been a lot on people complaining lately about the Costa Rican Environment Tribunal’s decision to halt construction of the...

    Heavenly Honeymoon

    Eco Friendly Luxury Jungle Journey Off the Beaten Track Costa Rica Classic Honeymoon Heaven A Euphoric Start for a Match Made in Heaven Day 1: Fly into the Liberia international...

    Costa Rica houses new energy program

    By Shane Brennan Imagine a 12-day excursion down to Costa Rica where you could find not only beautiful beaches, but also college credit awaiting your...

    President Arias to speak at U.N. summit in New York on climate change

    Costa Rican President Oscar Arias will take part with 25 other heads of state, including U.S. President Barack Obama, on Sept. 22 for a...

    New Partnership Seeks to Reform Real Estate in Latin America

    Liberia, Costa Rica, August 28, 2009 --(PR.com)-- Craig Williamson, President of ERA Real Estate in Latin America and Chairman of the Green Building Council...

    New Partnership Seeks to Reform Real Estate in Latin America

    Liberia, Costa Rica, August 28, 2009 --(PR.com)-- Craig Williamson, President of ERA Real Estate in Latin America and Chairman of the Green Building Council...

    Capstone Turbine Names EXI – Electromec Costa Rican Distributor

    CHATSWORTH, Calif., Aug. 12, 2009 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Capstone Turbine Corporation (www.capstoneturbine.com) (Nasdaq:CPST), the world's leading clean technology manufacturer of microturbine energy systems, recently...

    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’s first Jatropha Conference

    On April 1st – 4rd 2009 the Costa Rican central pacific region hosted the Jatropha Harvest Experience Costa Rica 2009, a first of its...

    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 &...

    CO2 emissions with Google Earth

    A team of US scientists led by Purdue University unveiled an interactive Google Earth map on Thursday showing carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels...

    Costa Rican Investors shift focus to Biofuels

    Biofuel investing has seen a sharp rise over the past year, but spiked just since President Obama took office. Obama’s push for green energy...

    Ormat for 65M geothermal deal

    Nevada firm plans second project with utility Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad. Reno, Nev.-based Ormat Technologies (NYSE: ORA) is preparing to start its second geothermal project...

    Seed Farming for Jatropha May be Banned

    Cultivation of jatropha, a plant used to produce environmentally-friendly biofuels, using seeds may be banned under a proposal being considered by the government because...

    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...
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