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    Costa Rican “Payment for Environmental Services” Program Received the 2020 United Nations Award for...

    The Payment for Environmental Services (PSA in Spanish) Program received the United Nations Award for Global Climate...

    Get to Know The Largest Underground Lake in Costa Rica

    Costa Rica is known throughout the world as a country rich in natural wonders. Volcanoes, beaches, mountains, and animal species are just a mouthful...

    Use of Plastics in Public Institutions of Costa Rica is Restricted from Now On

    Plastic is one of the materials that top the list of major environmental pollutants in Costa Rica. Volunteers and environmentalists have warned about the incorrect...
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    Business Emerges with The Decline of Single-Use Plastic Products

    Recent campaigns to eliminate the consumption of single-use plastics (such as straws, bags and disposable tableware) have generated businesses that manufacture substitutes with bagasse,...

    Costa Rica Will Be The First Country to Eliminate Single-Use Plastics.

    Costa Rica is a small country with less than 5 million inhabitants, but its authorities have decided that they will become a true example...

    Costa Rica, Ecology as a Seal

    How surprising it may seem, Costa Rica is now one of the pioneer countries with regard to environmental protection. Combining measures of preservation and...

    First Municipality in Costa Rica to Ban the Use of Agrochemicals in Public Spaces

    Agrochemical or agrichemical, a contraction of agricultural chemical, is a generic term for the various chemical products used in agriculture. In most cases, agrichemical...

    Action for Rivers

      A National and International Celebration March 14th was the International Day of Action for Rivers Costa Rica is commemorating the International Day of Action for Rivers by...

    Exciting New Attractions In the Osa

    With 2016 coming to a close and 2017 crashing into our lives it is hard to keep track of where the time went. Trying...
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