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    The Hammerhead Shark Listed as a Critically Endangered Species

    The red list of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) of 2019 shows that, at least, 73 species worldwide...

    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,...

    All Costa Rica Rejects Incomplete and Inaccurate Official Report on Shrimp Trawling

    In Costa Rica, fish trawling is not new, but recently it has intensified and become more harmful. This type of action is also known...

    Free Talks about Fishing Regulations in Rivers and Lakes Will Be Given

    Did you know that in order to fish in any river and in Lake Arenal, you must have a fishing license? If...

    ICE Projects Installation of Artificial Reef Megastructure in the Pacific Coast

    After the successful result of the 1st artificial reef installed in Guanacaste, the Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE) projects, in the medium...

    3812 Species in the World Threatened in Costa Rica

    Costa Rica has great environmental strengths that are part of its image and historical evolution, and have led it to position itself in the...

    Guanacaste fishermen met to reiterate opposition to trawling

    The entire fishing industry of Guanacaste reiterated and made their position clear to the deputies of the province: they are completely against the bill...

    Environmentalists Call for New Fishing Regulations in Costa Rica

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - A group of environmental organizations has called on the Costa Rican government to reform the National Institute of...

    Drug Trafficking Boat Receives Subsidized Fuel from INCOPESCA

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)- The vessel Captain Erson P271, arrested last Sunday near Galapagos Islands with 983 kilos of cocaine in Ecuador, was...
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