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    Costa Rica Reaffirms Commitment to Face Global Warming

    Costa Rica reaffirmed on the International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer, its commitment to...

    A herd of Coyotes Visited the Coronado Streets

    A herd of coyotes visited a neighborhood in San Francisco de Coronado, according to the biologist of...

    Costa Rica Tries To Punish Animal Abuse without Investing Resources in Investigations

    The Animal Welfare Law came into force in June 2017 after a strong popular outcry. However, the...

    Costa Rica Bans the Entry of Single-use Plastic into National Parks and Biological Reserves

    Within the commemoration for the 50th anniversary of the creation of the National Park System, the Ministry...

    Discovery of a New Genus of Giant Sloth Confirmed in Costa Rica

    Today, a new genus of giant sloth joins the list of prehistoric animals that inhabited Costa Rica,...

    The National Emergency Commission Decrees Yellow Meteorological Alert in Guanacaste and Other Parts of...

    The atmospheric instability presented in recent days has generated significant accumulated rainfall, especially along the Pacific, Central...

    Tico Postgraduate Student Creates Organic Fertilizer for Reducing the Environmental Impact of the Prickly...

    Providing good management to the prickly pear glycoids (spines) has become a great challenge for producers in...
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    Costa Rican Scientist Investigates Presence of Antibiotic-Producing Bacteria in Wasp Colonies

    Researcher Laura Chavarría is studying social wasps to determine the presence of actinobacteria (producers of antibiotic substances)...

    Central America on High Alert Due to a Voracious Locust Swarm

    An alert to detect outbreaks in Central America of the voracious locust (Schistocerca piceifrons piciefrons Walker), which...

    Costa Rica Continues to Advance in Solar Energy Projects

    Solar energy is an environmental solution that must be deepened worldwide. Currently, in Costa Rica, there are...

    Wonderful Dominical, Continues Its Drive to Promote Recycling in Costa Rica

    Dominical never ceases to amaze its inhabitants and tourists, mainly for its animal species, its beaches, its...

    Forest Innovation and Research has a Positive Impact for Costa Rica

    Given the questions and needs that have arisen in the national forest context, the Technological Institute of...
    Costa Rica always promotes ecological sustainability

    Environmental Regulations Requested by the Private Sector

    For Alvaro Sagot Rodríguez, lawyer and teacher at the University of Costa Rica, it is false that...

    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...

    All You Need To Know About the Climate Variations in Costa Rica

    Climate is a set of elements of atmospheric weather that define the heterogeneous thermic features that a...

    Disagreements Continue Regarding the Introduction of Agrochemicals to Costa Rica

    During four years, ecologists, organic farmers, beekeepers, researchers, and activists have waged a battle against the introduction...

    Costa Rica Promotes the Initiative to Develop a System That Alerts on Climate Change

    In April of this year, the Ministry of Environment and Energy of Costa Rica (MINEA) presented the...

    Campaign Seeks to Fill the Streets with Floral Trees and Preserve Endangered Bees

    For five years, the San Carlos Forest Development Commission (Codeforsa) has promoted the planting of flowering trees....

    The Best Hiking Routes in Costa Rica

    With 30% of its territory protected by National Parks and Natural Reserves, Costa Rica is a country...

    Visiting Los Quetzales National Park, an Adventure to another Amazing Planet

    Los Quetzales National Park is located in the Los Santos area, in southern Costa Rica, between the...

    Asian Giant Hornet Could Reach Costa Rica

    Recently was known through the media that the Asian giant hornet has been seen prowling in the...

    Corcovado National Park: One of the Few Natural Areas That Remain Virgin in Central...

    Costa Rica is recognized worldwide for its effort in the preservation of indigenous flora and fauna. That...

    Interesting Facts about Nosara That You Probably Didn’t Know

    A hidden shipwreck on the outer shores of Playa Guiones Ask most people whether...

    Acid Rain: a Serious Threat to the Environment, Product of Pollution

    Acid rain is considered to be those precipitations with high concentrations of sulfuric and nitratic acid. It...

    The Magnificent Tree Species of Costa Rica, Beautiful and Imposing

    Costa Rica is a wonderful place surrounded by nature and peace throughout its territory. It is a...

    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....

    Costa Rica Explores the Use of the Sea to Generate Electricity

    Costa Rica, which has one of the cleanest electrical matrices in the world, explores the possibility of using the waves and tides of the sea as power generators to meet its needs for the future, experts gathered on Monday said

    The Lomas de Barbudal Reserve: An Entomological Paradise

    The "Lomas Barbudal Reserve", better known as the "Insect Park", due to the immense variety of insects...

    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...

    Costa Rica Is a Bird-Watchers Paradise: Find Out Why

    Costa Rica is one of the preferred destinations for birdwatchers and photographers alike since it has a huge list of bird species compared to the size of the country

    Costa Rica Receives United Nations Award Champions of the Earth 2019

    Recently, Costa Rica was recognized for its work in protecting nature and fighting climate change

    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

    The Imposing Tarcoles River and Its Incredible Wildlife

    The Tarcoles River, also called Rio Grande de Tarcoles, is located in the province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica and passes through the Carara National Park

    Costa Rica: a Colorful Country Between Two Oceans

    Are the best beaches in Costa Rica in the Caribbean or the Pacific Ocean? The Costa Rican territory has beautiful beaches in both oceans that all deserve to be visited

    Come Visit The Maleku People and Experience Ancestral Costa Rica

    If you want a unique cultural exchange with the first inhabitants of Costa Rica, do not forget to go to the Maleku Indigenous Community

    The 6 most spectacular geysers in the world

    Nature arrived long before us and perhaps, for this reason, continues to surprise us every day

    Justice or Impunity in the Murder of Indigenous Environmentalists?

    The fight for earth’s survival cannot be silenced, much less when it comes to our lands, our waters, all that surrounds us

    Environmental Pollution and Depletion of Natural Resources

    Environmental pollution is nothing more than an evil derived from the unconsciousness and irresponsibility of people, thus causing damage in many cases...

    “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...

    Impressive Natural Refuge: Caño Negro

    Caño Negro is considered by many to be the third most important wetland in the world. An essential visit when in Costa Rica
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