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    Guatemala Prohibits Single-Use Plastics to Stop Pollution

    Guatemala announced on Friday, September 20th, 2019, the ban on single-use plastics and expanded polystyrene (styrofoam) items, a measure that will take...

    Recycling Plastics in Costa Rica: A Challenge to Be Met

    Costa Rica discards 564 tons of plastic daily, which, instead of being used for recycling, are accumulated in landfills or left in the environment....

    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...

    X-Rays of Costa Rican Rivers Show Alarming Pollution Levels

    During the last decades, we forgot to live in harmony with nature. We need to move towards a life that allows sustainable and sustainable...

    Alarm after Discovery of Plastic Fish!

    After a study carried out recently by Nefertiti Sibaja, a student of biological sciences of the National University of Costa Rica (UNA),...

    Amphibian Decrease Associated with Pollution and Climate Change, according to the UCR

    Diseases, environmental pollution, habitat loss, and climate change point to being the main cause of the decline of these animals, says an...

    SINAC Will Start Process of Restoration of Térraba Sierpe Wetland

    The National System of Conservation Areas (Sinac-Minae), through the Osa Conservation Area (Acosa), implements 2 projects for the restoration of the Térraba...

    How to Manage Garbage Properly

    Did you know that a considerable part of what you dump can be recycled? Many items that can have a secondary use often end...

    Manatees Are in Danger of Extinction in Costa Rica

    The Antillean manatee was declared as a symbol of Costa Rica in terms of fauna since the animal was in danger of extinction. In...

    Straws and Other Single-Use Plastics Will Be Prohibited in Costa Rica

    The ecological culture and sustainability continues to penetrate deep into the intentions of many Costa Ricans in search of an environmental improvement and, even,...

    Río Tárcoles: Crocodiles in Paradise

    Costa Rica's biodiversity is remarkable, especially for such a tiny country. More than 500,000 species of flora and fauna are packed within its 51,100...

    Use of Plastics in Public Institutions of Costa Rica is Restricted from Now On

    Plastic is one of the materials that top the list of major environmental pollutants in Costa Rica. Volunteers and environmentalists have warned about the incorrect...

    Fighting Plastic Pollution in Paradise

    Mother Earth is in trouble and it is because of us. As harsh as that may sound, it is a fact that throughout the...

    Helping The Environment Right From Your Kitchen

    When properly informed on what appliances to buy for your kitchen, you can save energy as well as cash, while helping the environment. When you...

    Costa Rican Restaurants Unite to Reduce Food Industry Packaging Waste

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – In the last nine months, 76 restaurants have joined the Returnable Container Campaign introduced by nature association, Terra...

    The Zapote Holiday Party has been Shut Down in 5 Bars Due to Noise...

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Five bars that are part of the popular Zapote festivities have been temporarily closed due to noise violations. The...

    Do Your Part! Costa Rica’s Official 2014 Beach Cleanup Day is September 20th

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – During the month of September, Costa Rica environmental companies prepare for the National Day of Cleaning that occurs...

    First of Three ICE Geothermal Projects in Guanacaste Becoming a Reality

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Three geothermal projects to be constructed ​​in Guanacaste as part of a sector loan are being finalized with...

    Many of Costa Rica's Animal Shelters Are 'Off the Books'

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The majority of people who decide to convert their farms and land into shelters for street animals do not...

    Virilla River Clean Up Declared a Concern of National Interest

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The National Water Laboratory has declared that waste reduction in the Virilla-Tárcoles basin is a concern of national...

    We should not pollute

    Submitted by: Rachael M We should not pollute the planet we live in. The planet Earth is the only planet we have got that contains...

    Search for turtles in Costa Rica

    When my first volunteer shift begins, at 8 p.m. on a balmy Sunday night, the beach at Gandoca, Costa Rica, is eerily dark. I...
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