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    Green Fund Grants US$ 174.3 Million to Central American Dry Corridor

    The Green Climate Fund granted the so-called Central American Dry Corridor US $ 174.3 million that will be used to increase the capacity to...

    Why Is Costa Rica Known as “The Green Country”?

    For over 20 years, Costa Rica’s has set itself a goal: to make tourism the cornerstone of its sustainability... And it has achieved it!...

    Green Growth Program In Costa Rica Will Support 37 More SMEs With Non-Reimbursable Funds

    At the close of the 7th edition of the Green Growth program, a total of 37 winners joined the green production transformation processes towards...

    Green Growth Program Seeks To Support 34 SMEs With Non-Reimbursable Funds In Costa Rica

    The Green Growth program launched a new call for 34 small and medium-sized Costa Rican companies to join the productive transformation and...

    10 Green Businesses In Guanacaste Could Receive Up To ¢ 7 Million

    From the ACRxS we want to promote economic recovery after the effects of covid-19 and support business models that contribute to conserving ecosystems and biodiversity

    The Challenge of Restoring Green Life In Latin American Countries

    if we all nature eat fruits, it is preferable not to throw away the seeds, but to let them dry and store them in a bag so that on the way we spread them.

    Costa Rica Will Invest US$ 54 Million in Climate Action for the “Green Climate...

    Thanks to the conservation of its forests, Costa Rica will invest over the next 5 years US$ 54 million from the Green Climate Fund...

    Titor Tree: An Unknown Food Source for the Great Green Macaw

    the Great Green Macaw, and most of these are a compilation of information from sightings generated by people within the communities where the Great Green Macaw lives.

    Costa Rica Analysis its Potential to Produce Green Hydrogen

    The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), its innovation laboratory and Energy Division, will collaborate with the CRUSA Foundation at the request of the Ministry of...
    Don't Miss a Chance to Play at These Golf Courses in Costa Rica

    Don’t Miss a Chance to Play at These Golf Courses in Costa Rica

    Costa Rica is tropical and beautiful! If you’re in the mood for a round of golf while you’re there, don’t miss the chance to play at one of these golf courses

    Costa Rica Congratulates Joe Biden and Expresses Willingness to Promote a “Green and Inclusive...

    The Government of Costa Rica congratulated Joe Biden on his inauguration as the 46th President of the United States while expressing its willingness to...

    Costa Rica Issues Green Bonds for Economic Reactivation with a Sustainable Approach

    The economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 Pandemic and the fiscal situation of Costa Rica require green, resilient and inclusive solutions that consider both...

    Green Climate Fund Grants Costa Rica 54.1 million dollars

    The Green Climate Fund granted Costa Rica 54.1 million non-reimbursable dollars this week that will go to landowners and indigenous communities that protect forests,...

    Exploring Pachamama: One of Costa Rica’s Largest Spiritual Eco-Communities

    It’s clear from the moment you step foot inside Pachamama’s 500-acre jungle oasis, you are entering a unique, contemplative space, built with intent for...

    Pineapple expansion conquers Terraba Sierpe wetland in Osa

    494 hectares of a new pineapple plantation in Palmar Sur are adjacent to the main archaeological sphere site. Without performing a field visit, SETENA gave...

    Japan Has More Car Charging Stations Than Gas Stations

    Japanese car manufacturer Nissan announced the results of a survey that revealed there are over 40,000 electric car charging stations, surpassing the 34,000 gas...

    Women from Leon XIII Clean Up Their Community

    Some 50 members of The Association of Improvement in Leon XIII participated in the cleaning of the community of Garabito as a part of...

    Draft law to support electric vehicles and clean energy

    Costa Rica started the movement toward vehicle renovation to become a country that incentivizes the use of electric vehicles and clean energy. A preliminary study revealed...

    Children’s Museum to have Environment Fair

    At the end of the week The Children's Museum will dress in green to celebrate its first Environment Fair, which was organized as a...

    Parking lot in San Jose to be environmental example

    Felipe Lang is the administrator of Tata Parking, located in the Don Bosco neighborhood of San Jose. At first glance one might think that...

    Environment: vital concern of some ‘millennials’

    This is the generation that was born watching the television shows Captain Planet and the Planeteers as well as The Blue Planet. It’s the same...

    Costa Rica Volunteer Programs For Sea Turtles On The Rise

    Costa Rica volunteer programs for Sea Turtles have become very popular, as more and more, Eco-conscious tourist join full programs, or just join for...
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