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    Costa Rica Steps Up Educational Programs for the Prevention of Forest Fires

    All over Costa Rica, both the Ministry of Environment and Energy (MINAE) and the National System of Conservation Areas (SINAC) continue to...

    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...

    Costa Rica Prohibits Use of Glyphosate in Its Protected Wild Areas

    The National System of Conservation Areas (Sinac) issued a guideline, which prohibits the use of glyphosate in the 11 Protected Wild Areas (ASP) of the country, as well as in the institution's offices

    Green Initiative Proposes Reforesting the GAM to Combat Climate Change

    Not long ago, San José was a wild city. Interwoven with the novelty of urban and natural green, the rich biodiversity is quickly being...

    SINAC Raises Awareness to Protect Costa Rica’s Wild Cats

    Last Saturday, July 6th, was the National Day of the Wild Cat, a date which was formalized by Executive Decree Nº 37827-MINAE of 2013. According...

    SINAC Is Sued to Apply Management Plan for River and Sea Crocodiles

    The Contentious Administrative Court will initiate the final hearing of a lawsuit filed by environmental activist and lawyer Walter Brenes against the National System...

    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...

    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...

    Turrialba Volcano’s Ash Column Exceeded 1,000 Meters High Yesterday

    A column of ash -higher than 1,000 meters- was recorded last Friday morning, in the Turrialba Volcano. The eruption was at about 6:45 am...

    The ICT Invests in Assuring the Country’s Future

    The Costa Rican Tourism Institute (ICT) will allocate US$ 3 million in a 3-year period (US$ 1 million-per-year), with the possibility of extending it...

    Experts Seek to Conserve and Restore Mangroves in the Country

    The International Workshop for Exchange of Experiences in Mangrove Conservation and Restoration will be held this Thursday in the country for the framework of...

    The Struggle to Saving Our Environment in Costa Rica

    Each entrepreneur in Costa Rica has a unique success because most of them have a purpose to work for the defense of the environment,...

    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...

    Reforestation in Costa Rica: An Authentic Contribution to Saving Our Planet

    For many years in Costa Rica, a lot of ecological activities has been promoted with the purpose of educating and generating greater awareness of...
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