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    Water in Costa Rica: A Serious Issue that Does Not Lose its Validity

    Costa Rica is known throughout the world as one of the greenest and most sustainable nations, which is full of virtues showing a natural...

    Let’s Protect Bees in Costa Rica by Planting Aromatic and Fruit Species!

    The most important biological function of bees is pollinating plants so that they become fertilized and produce fertile seeds capable of bearing fruit. The...

    Sharks Were Officially Decreed as Protected Wildlife in Costa Rica

    A few days ago, it was learned that the Hammerhead, Silky and Fox Shark were officially included as protected species by the Costa Rican...

    Controversial Pipeline Expansion in Canada is Slowed by Eight Hummingbird Nests

    The Ministry of the Environment orders the cessation of work until August 20th so as not to put the nesting season at risk

    Orchid from Costa Rica Flourished in Singapore’s Famed “Gardens by the Bay

    Singapore's famed “Gardens by the Bay” is the biggest attraction in this Southeast Asian parliamentary republic. It has 101 hectares and houses more than...

    How to Properly Get Rid of Insects from Your House

    Keep insects out of your house in the most appropriate way. Avoid doing them as little damage as possible. Rainfall can have a profound...

    San Carlos of Costa Rica is Reforested with the Planting of 1000 Trees

    In order to mitigate the negative effect of climate change and pollution, the “Friends of a Million Trees Association” intervenes in basins, wetlands, protected...

    Costa Rica Weighs Banning Oil Exploitation and Boosts Decarbonization

    This week, the President of Costa Rica, Carlos Alvarado, highlighted, in his annual message before the Legislative Assembly, the actions framed in the National...

    The Four Times Around the World of the Grandfather of Egyptian Vultures

    The oldest wild Egyptian vulture known to date is 30 years old and lives in the Pyrenees. It is a male tagged in 1993...

    The Escazú Agreement: Is Costa Rica being taken into account?

    According to data from environmental organizations, in Costa Rica, there is a record of ten murders, the same number of persons, some fourteen attacks...

    Costa Rica has the First Soccer Team in the World with a Uniform and...

    Costa Rica has the first soccer team in the world with a uniform and ball made with recycled material, which speaks very well of...

    Costa Rica’s Environmental Commitment Awarded by Unesco

    Costa Rica's Ministry of Foreign Affairs informed that the United Nations Organization for Science, Education and Culture (Unesco) has awarded the city of San...

    Lead University Will offer Webinar on the Economic Potential of Green Hydrogen for Costa...

    As energy trends change worldwide, as a result of climate change, the country's potential to position itself as a global supplier increases, thanks to...

    Coconut Packed Soaps: A Unique ldea from a Tico Entrepreneur

    For many years, Patricia Noguera suffered from contact dermatitis due to the chemicals present in many of the industrial products that we use in...

    Heavy Rains Cause More than 50 Incidents Across Costa Rica

    Cartago, the Caribbean area and the southern area have been the sectors most affected by the heavy downpours this week, with more than 50...

    Costa Rica is….Nature in its Purest Form

    After so many months without being able to move with full freedom, it is to hear the word travel and immediately our faces light...

    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...

    Climate Change, More Difficult to Combat than the Pandemic?

    Our planet is living very serious moments, due to the serious consequences through -bad human action-. Beyond a worldwide Pandemic, climate change appears to...

    Voluntary Community Cleaning Day in Nicoya Allows the Extraction of a Large amount of...

    The Aqueduct Administrator Association (ASADA) of Las Pozas, in Nicoya, with the support of the neighbors and the Integral Development Association, organized this past...

    Costa Rican Beekeepers Alert About Possible Extinction of All Bees in Less than 15...

    In a petition addressed to President Carlos Alvarado and to heads of Agriculture, Health and Environment, the Costa Rican Beekeepers Association requests the prohibition...

    Costa Rica Advances in the Implementation of Artificial Intelligence for Sustainable Forest Management

    Under the slogan of exchanging experiences on how the use of Artificial Intelligence can contribute to the sustainable and responsible management of forestry operations,...

    The Children’s Movie that Infuriates Canada’s Oil Industry

    The Canadian Energy Center, funded by the province of Alberta, launches a campaign targeting Netflix because it claims that the movie “Bigfoot Family” shows...

    Study Carried Out in Costa Rica Points to Benefits for Reforestation Using Coffee Crops

    Rebecca Cole, an ecologist at the University of Hawaii, Manoa, believes that just as coffee helps humans move a little faster, it could also...

    Seeds Invade Thailand with Eco-Innovative System

    Deforestation is a recurring problem in practically the whole world, recovering the damage done in recent years as a result of large industries and...

    President Alvarado Regrets Not Being Invited to the Summit on Climate Change: “It is...

    Although Tico President Carlos Alvarado repeatedly takes advantage of international forums to promote his environmental policies, he will not be part of the World...

    Our Country Is Surrounded by Places Where You Can Have The Dream Photo.

    Costa Rica is full of wonderful places to share with your family, with your partner or friends, and not only that but also capture...

    Costa Rica Achieves Record Number of Beaches with Ecological Blue Flag

    With the inclusion of the Blanca, Virador, Sombrero, Nacascolo and Prieta beaches this morning, the Ecological Blue Flag Program in Costa Rica reached a...

    Turrialba Will Have Three Citizen Water Observatories

    Turrialba will have three citizen water observatories, backed by the Tropical Agronomic Research and Teaching Center (CATIE) and the Union of Asadas from the...

    Colorful Animals from Costa Rica will be Featured in a BBC Series

    Toucans, red-eyed frogs and macaws are some species of animals of the biodiversity of Costa Rica that will be in the new BBC series...

    Innovative Tico System Saves Almost 2 million Liters of Water Per Year in Car...

    An innovative system in Costa Rica allows the saving of almost two million liters of water per year in washing the fleets of three...

    Costa Rica Creates a New Category of Protected Area to Conserve Forests in Urban...

    Costa Rica has a new category of protected area called Urban Natural Parks (PANU), which seeks to conserve ecosystems and forests at risk in...

    Playa del Coco Receives International Recognition as a Community Prepared for a Tsunami

    The Playa del Coco community received the International Tsunami Readiness Recognition, which is a pilot program administered by the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO...

    Costa Rica On Alert Due to a New Variety of Mosquito That Entered the...

    The arrival to the American continent of a new variety of mosquito, known as Aedes Vittatus, has the Costa Rican health authorities on alert....
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    Municipality of San José Offers Free Environmental Courses for all Ticos

    "Attraction of butterflies", "Preparation of Organic Fertilizers", "Elaboration of Handmade Organic Soaps" as well as "Hydroponics and Hydroponic Gardens" are the workshops offered by...

    Costa Rica Will Totally Protect its Seabed Before the Year 2030

    'Fondo Azul por Siempre' is the project with which Costa Rica wants to protect 30% of its national marine territory. In addition to saying...

    UNESCO World Heritage Friendship International Park

    It is appropriate to begin these lines by making known that to our pride this park was declared by UNESCO a World Heritage Site...

    Environmentalists Urge Marine Policy that Protects Resources in Costa Rica

    Costa Rican environmental organizations urge the Government to develop a marine policy that protects resources and encourages sustainable production and not merely extraction activities. "The...

    Leadership of Costa Rica on Environmental Issues is Highlighted

    The President of Costa Rica, Carlos Alvarado, participated this Monday, January 25, in the opening session of the Climate Adaptation Summit (CAS), which seeks...

    Coyotes Leave Their Habitat and Roam Urban Areas in Costa Rica

    The reduction in human activity due to the COVID-19 Pandemic and other factors such as the pressure of urban development and deforestation have caused...

    Artificial Reefs, a Step towards Marine Recovery in Costa Rica

    Artificial reefs have become a key step towards the recovery of marine life in Costa Rica, thanks to their benefits for maintaining fish diversity,...
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