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    Demonstrators in Costa Rica Keep 57 Points Blocked

    As of the beginning this week, 57 points in different parts of the country remain blocked by...

    An ambulance is Swept Away by River Current after Taking Alternate Route Due to...

    An ambulance from the Costa Rican Social Security Fund (CCSS) was swept away by a current; the...
    Let Spirituality Guide Your Success

    Let Spirituality Guide Your Success

    New goals take you out of your comfort zone, and confronts your self-doubts, bringing out the best and the worst in you. These moments of not knowing what to do

    A Comet was Observed for the first time with its Aurora Borealis

    Comet 67P / Churiumov-Gerasimenko has its own aurora borealis, as recorded by instruments of the United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration
    The Benefits of Teleworking in Resonance, Guanacaste

    The Benefits of Teleworking in Resonance, Guanacaste

    The COVID-19 Pandemic has completely transformed the way we carry out our professional duties. The opportunity to do it from the Guanacaste tropical beaches
    Integration as the Surest Path Towards a More Equitable Global Society

    Integration as the Surest Path Towards a More Equitable Global Society

    The present world is one of great opportunities and challenges. We humans are for the first time in our common history capable of modyfing the course of global society
    The richest 1% of the world's population emits twice as many greenhouse gases as the poorest half of the planet

    The richest 1% of the world’s population emits twice as many greenhouse gases as...

    The richest 1% of the world's population emits twice as many greenhouse gases as the poorest half of the planet, according to an Oxfam report

    The Space Station had to Maneuver to Avoid a Collision with Debris from a...

    The International Space Station (ISS) had to maneuver this past week to avoid a collision with debris from an old Japanese rocket, the third such maneuver this year, said NASA
    They Solve the Mysterious Death of Hundreds of Elephants in Botswana

    They Solve the Mysterious Death of Hundreds of Elephants in Botswana

    Between May and June of this year, hundreds of elephants were found dead in just two months in Botswana. The images of the lifeless bodies multiplied
    Costa Rica Among the best places in the World to Retire

    Costa Rica Among the best places in the World to Retire

    A new report from the editors at InternationalLiving.com reveals the countries in the world with the best climate, the top performers in the Climate category of IL's newly released Annual Global Retirement Index
    Ponderosa Park Ordered to Prohibit Visitors from Taking Selfies with Animals and Feeding Them

    Ponderosa Park Ordered to Prohibit Visitors from Taking Selfies with Animals and Feeding Them

    The Ponderosa Adventure Park, in Liberia, must prohibit its visitors from taking selfies with the animals they have and also feeding them

    Japan Determined to Host the Olympics in 2021

    Japan is "determined" to host the postponed Olympic Games in 2021 despite the Coronavirus Pandemic, the newly elected prime minister of that country told the United Nations General Assembly on Friday
    Costa Rica Launches Gender Parity Initiative to Increase Participation of Women in the Economy

    Costa Rica Launches Gender Parity Initiative to Increase Participation of Women in the Economy

    As a strategy to face the effects of the global pandemic by COVID-19 and the direct impacts on female employment, the Government of Costa Rica launched this past week the Gender Parity Initiative (GPI)
    Digital book: “Cocinas del Bicentenario” Recounts the Country's Food Cultural Heritage

    Digital book: “Cocinas del Bicentenario” Recounts the Country’s Food Cultural Heritage

    Traditional products: rice, squash, cocoa, coffee, sugarcane, pork, chayote, chiverre, beans, corn, potato, pejibaye, plantain, cheese and cassava - predominant

    COVID-19 Resurfaces in Europe, but why is Italy the Exception?

    Italy, hard hit in the first wave of the Coronavirus, is today the exception in Europe (where the new outbreak of COVID-19 is almost general)
    Costa Rica Inaugurates Port to Port Route on World Tourism Day

    Costa Rica Inaugurates Port to Port Route on World Tourism Day

    Costa Rica celebrated World Tourism Day with the inauguration of the Port to Port route, a new adventure and attractions between Puerto Jiménez and Ciudad Cortés, in the South Pacific of the country
    Competition Seeks to Find Solutions for solving Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Solid Waste

    Competition Seeks to Find Solutions for solving Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Solid Waste

    A competition seeks to find digital, collaborative and innovative solutions to fill gaps in the management of data on quantities generated or processed as well as greenhouse gas emissions from the solid waste sector

    Attention Hikers! A Fun Five Kilometers Hike Will Allow You to Reach “La Mano...

    Obtaining a magical view in exchange for an ideal route for hikers is the offer of Hacienda La Chimba, located in Río Oro de Santa Ana
    Mexican Congress Approves that Police can Enter Homes to Rescue Abused Animals

    Mexican Congress Approves that Police can Enter Homes to Rescue Abused Animals

    The plenary session of the Mexican Congress, through a virtual session, approved a reform to the Animal Protection Law, an initiative proposed by the deputy of Morena, Leiticia Varela
    What the Black Death Can Teach Us About the Global Economic Consequences of a Pandemic

    What the Black Death Can Teach Us About the Global Economic Consequences of a...

    Fears about the contagion from the novel Coronavirus have resulted in a slowdown in the global economy. Stock markets have been affected
    Government Creates Ten-Year Plan to Make Sports More Inclusive

    Government Creates Ten-Year Plan to Make Sports More Inclusive

    The National Policy for Sports, Recreation and Physical Activity 2020-2030 (PONADRAF 2020-2030) "Let's Climb as a Team" is the realization of a fundamental national project for development
    INA receives recognition of Environmental Excellence

    INA receives recognition of Environmental Excellence

    With a score of 106.25% for its performance in the execution and implementation of environmental practices, the Costa Rican National Learning Institute (INA) received the Recognition of Environmental Excellence

    Let Us Not Become Slaves to Bad Moods

    There are various circumstances that cause us emotional situations that at the time unbalance our mood. Mood swings are normal and it is normal to have emotions

    Life on Venus: why it’s so strange to find Phosphine on such a hostile...

    Earth's sister planet, Venus, has not been considered a priority when looking for extraterrestrial life. Its surface temperature of around 450 ° C is believed to be hostile to even the most resistant microorganisms
    Microsoft’s Underwater Server Experiment Proofs to be a Success

    Microsoft’s Underwater Server Experiment Proofs to be a Success

    Two years ago, Microsoft submerged an information center off the coast of Orkney, in the far north of the United Kingdom, in a somewhat crazy experiment

    Tico Taxi drivers will demonstrate this Week in front of the CTP

    Taxi drivers unions will demonstrate this week, in front of the Public Transport Council (CTP), to demand...
    Cocoa Producers move Towards Organic Production in Costa Rica

    Cocoa Producers move Towards Organic Production in Costa Rica

    Farmers from the Guatuso Agro-environmentalist Cacao Producers Association (ASOPAC) of Alajuela, undertook the effort for an area of 50 hectares sown in a traditional organic manner free of agrochemicals

    Ministry of Culture and Youth Launches: “Costa Rica Lectora”

    Under the “Costa Rica Lectora” (Costa Rica Reads) concept, the Ministry of Culture and Youth (MCJ) articulates efforts, both from the public and private sectors, to create a virtual programming of national
    The Pandemic is Leading to a Total Redesign of Hotels and Resorts

    The Pandemic is Leading to a Total Redesign of Hotels and Resorts

    Prioritizing the privacy of guests and providing them with options to exercise, work and eat  in their rooms, among other activities, are some of the recommendations to the hotel

    Professionals Will Need New Skills to Face the 4th Industrial Revolution

    The world is submerging more and more in the so-called 4th Industrial Revolution, now accelerated by the COVID-19 Pandemic
    Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a Pioneer who Fought for Gender Equality and became a Progressive Icon

    Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a Pioneer who Fought for Gender Equality and became a Progressive...

    Justice of the United States Supreme Court Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died this past Friday at the age of 87, had become a champion of feminism and an icon of pop culture, with millions of fans who honor her for having sculpted a legal doctrine that enabled key advances towards gender equality

    Proper Sleep Hygiene Will Allow You to Create Healthy Habits

    There is nothing more indulgent than enjoying a deep, relaxing and pleasant night's sleep. But we can't always enjoy it. Having good sleep hygiene means creating habits that allow us to ensure a relaxed and effective sleep

    Telemedicine is the Alternative in These Times of Pandemic

    In these times of Pandemic that the world is experiencing with COVID-19, there are many alternatives that revolve around measures adopted to avoid the spread of the virus, the use of masks, hand washing, distancing between people
    The Atlantic Trench, a Serious Nuclear Pollution Problem

    The Atlantic Trench, a Serious Nuclear Pollution Problem

    Much is said about environmental pollution that includes everything that alters our environment, but little is made of reference to the pollution suffered by the waters in our oceans

    The way in which 100 years ago back to school was encouraged in the...

    Faced with the threat of a potentially fatal airborne disease and even without the development of a vaccine, how to ensure the safe return of children to class?

    Costa Rica Promotes the Breadth of its Natural Culture in Spain

    Costa Rica was one of the special and luxurious guests at the gala to kick off the...
    Bioeconomy: Axis of Productive Transformation with Social Equity and Environmental Sustainability

    Bioeconomy: Axis of Productive Transformation with Social Equity and Environmental Sustainability

    The multidimensional crisis, derived from the Pandemic, poses new challenges for economic recovery and inclusive and sustainable growth
    Let's Aim Towards A More Sustainable Future

    Let’s Aim Towards A More Sustainable Future

    In these times of Pandemic, you have thought about how what has happened worldwide, has impacted you and how all this influences our environment

    Costa Rica Among the Countries with the Lowest VAT in Latin America

    After Netflix had to rectify how much Value Added Tax (VAT) it would charge Costa Ricans, it made it clear that taxes are higher in other latitudes where they offer their services
    Costa Rica Proposes Prioritizing Human Rights in Celebration of the Bicentennial

    Costa Rica Proposes Prioritizing Human Rights in Celebration of its Bicentennial

    Costa Rica proposed today in a virtual meeting of the Central American Integration System (SICA) to prioritize respect and promotion of the human rights
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