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    Contribute with the Well-Being of the Oceans by Reducing Single-Use Plastics

    The oceans allow the transport of most of the world trade, they are an important source of food and employment. Costa Rica is home...

    Costa Rican Deputies Pass Bill to Regulate Single-Use Plastics

    With the vote of 39 deputies, the N° 20,985 file that regulates the use of single-use plastics became a Law of the Republic of...

    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 effect in...

    More than 38,000 Disposable Plastic Bottles Will Not Pollute the Sea

    From 2 pm on, last August 1st, 2 hydration posts on the route to the Basilica de los Angeles were enabled. This way, Catholic...

    Guanacaste Would Be the 1st Province to Eliminate the Use of Straws and Plastic...

    The beautiful province of Guanacaste could eliminate the use and commercialization of straws and plastic bags, very soon. The initiative was born of the...

    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,...

    European Chamber Calls for the End of Single-Use Plastics

    Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) spoke on Wednesday in favor of banning certain single-use plastic items such as bags, applicators, and straws in...

    National Government Issues a Directive to Prohibit the Use of Plastics and Stereophone in...

    Costa Rica's government issued a directive to prohibit the use of plastic and polystyrene (stereophone) in all public institutions. President Carlos Alvarado and the Minister...

    The War Against Plastics (2)

    Once it dawned on us that plastic pollution might as well be what UN environment chief Erik Solheim called "an ocean Armageddon" in the...
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