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    Have you Explored Río Térraba? It is Costa Rica's Largest River

    The Térraba River, located in the southern Región Brunca in Costa Rica, is the largest in the country

    The Imposing Tarcoles River and Its Incredible Wildlife

    The Tarcoles River, also called Rio Grande de Tarcoles, is located in the province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica and passes through the Carara National Park

    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...

    Cleaning Beaches, Cities, and Rivers Gains Momentum in Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and Panama for...

    Each year, the purpose for Costa Ricans to provide greater care to our planet gains more and more strength by the way 2019 began,...

    The Enchantment of Montezuma’s 3 Waterfalls

    Montezuma is a cozy and picturesque village, known for its bohemian atmosphere and the great scenic beauty of its beaches, rivers, and waterfalls. With...

    Hundreds Gather in San José Against Pineapple Expansion

    May 15th World Agriculture Day in Costa Rica Hundreds gather in San José against Pineapple expansion March of the Spheres attracted quite a crowd The main point...

    Why is Costa Rica so Amazing? Its Waterfalls and Rivers!

    Costa Rica is known for being one of the most visually stunning countries in Latin America. Travelers, tourists, and locals are always astounded by...
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    The 6 best places to enjoy rural tourism in Costa Rica

    While suntanning in front of the sea in a beach chair will never go out of style and will never cease to be pleasant,...

    Celebrate World Rivers Day with #PicnicEnElRioCR

    Sunday, September 27 is World Rivers Day. Join local organizations at riverside picnics hosted all over Costa Rica. Yoga, music, food... there's something for everyone...

    Despite Turrialba’s Eruptions, Local Water is Still Safe

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The Ministry of Environment and Energy (Minae) presented a report on the Municipality of Turrialba about the monitoring...

    Costa Rica Emergency Commission Enables Environmental Radio Monitoring for Indigenous Communities

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The National Emergency Commission (CNE) provided training to indigenous inhabitants of 38 communities in Talamanca to familiarize this...

    Tropical Storm Trudy Taking Aim at Mexico’s Southwest Pacific Coastline

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Tropical Storm Trudy has formed off Mexico's Pacific coast southwest of Guerrero and has the potential to produce...

    Riptides and Waves Will be Strong Along the Pacific This Holiday Weekend

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The Center for Research in Marine Sciences and Limnology (Cimarron) has reported that beginning Sunday the swell will...

    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...

    Caribbean Trade Winds Could Create Havoc on Weather Throughout Costa Rica

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The increase of trade winds two days ago in the country converts into an increase in atmospheric pressure...

    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...
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