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    Pollinators Are Essential for Economic Reactivation after COVID-19 Pandemic

    In recent weeks, business chambers in Costa Rica have irresponsibly pressed for Costa Rica to allow the use of more agrochemicals without...

    Use of Agrochemicals Impacts Bee Populations in Costa Rica!

    To public opinion, in general; to the President of Costa Rica, Carlos Alvarado Quesada, and his cabinet staff in particular…

    Costa Rica Has Certified 8 Thousand Hectares of Organic Agriculture

    More than 100 certified organic producers or in the process of transition, together with technicians and researchers, exchange innovative experiences and information...

    Environmentalists Celebrate Expiration of the Last Trawling License in Costa Rica

    Last Friday, August 16th, 2019, the last license for semi-industrial trawling shrimp fishing granted in the country, which generated satisfaction in the environmental sector,...

    Challenges for Achieving More Sustainable Agriculture

    First, we must bear in mind that by 2050 the world population is expected to grow to 9.7 billion people, of which 700 million...

    Water Debacle and the Human Being

    The relationship between water and the human being has been an abusive, toxic and highly contradictory relationship. It is unheard of, but with our...

    Controversy for Appointment of Advisor to the MAG as Representative of Costa Rica before...

    The Rotterdam Convention is an international treaty in the field of the management of hazardous chemicals. According to FAO, the Convention establishes...

    Food Technology: How It Is Going To Change Our Lives

    With the passage of time, technology will greatly modify the way we develop society through research. In this case, we will talk about how...

    Beer: A Beverage Threatened by Climate Change

    As the century progresses, there will be less beer and it will be more expensive to get. Climate change is causing a greater frequency...

    No Bees, No Agriculture

    The pollinating action of bees is proven to be crucial for the plants' flora cycle. This importance is pointed out by the Food and...

    Family agriculture generates most of the food in the region

    Family agriculture generate most of the food in the region, especially food that is intended for domestic markets, but poverty affects almost half of...

    Food Inflation in Latin America Reached 8.9% in June

    San Jose - Food inflation in Latin America and the Caribbean reached 8.9% in June compared to the same month of 2011, representing the...
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