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    UN / OAS: Governments Must Strengthen, Not Weaken, Protection of the Environment During the...

    The United Nations Special Rapporteur on human rights and the environment, David R. Boyd and the Special Rapporteur on Economic, Social, Cultural and Environmental Rights (REDESCA)

    Costa Rica Is in a “Rush” to Becoming a Digital Economy

    The Cisco company launched its 2019 Global Digital Preparation Index last week, an investigation that calculates the digital readiness of 141 countries....

    Pre-Conference on Climate Change Will Talk About Moratorium on the Pineapple Expansion

    The United Nations (UN) has pointed to agribusiness as responsible for aggravating the Climate Crisis, mainly due to the impacts resulting from the change...

    Costa Rica: Cradle of Happiness

    We are Pure Life! "Pure Life"; a phrase that is commonly heard in our country and is often used as a greeting instead of a...

    Climate Change Impacts Costa Rican Páramo Species

    Thinking that the characteristics of global warming and, consequently, of climate change are non-existent elements, has distinguished through different studies and scientific investigations. This...

    WHO Launches Global Strategy Designed by Costa Rican Scientists that Will Benefit 2.7 Million...

    As of this year, more than 2.7 million people living in poverty who suffer from snakebite poisonings will have new hope in the global...

    Costa Rican Students Create Food that Will Help Reduce Malnutrition in Central America

    4 students of Food Engineering at the University of Costa Rica (UCR) managed to create a dry, eco-friendly, and very versatile mix...

    Industrialization of Edible Insects

    The world is evolving, mainly the human population, which according to the United Nations (UN) -it is expected that, by the year...

    Costa Rica Stands Out in the World Ranking that Measures the Social Impact of...

    The University of Costa Rica (UCR) positioned in the 101-200 ranking of the best universities in the impact ranking, conducted by The...

    The First Woman to Visit All the Countries of the World Chose Her Top...

    Cassandra De Pecol, a native of Connecticut (United States), became the 1st person to visit all countries in the world in record...

    Creator of the World Wide Web Says It Is “An Uncontrolled Monster”

    The World Wide Web (WWW), or global computing network, celebrates its 30th anniversary in March 2019. But the presence of false news and the...

    Plastic Pollution: A Serious Problem

    Plastic pollution is causing irreparable damage to the planet. Far from diminishing, this problem gets worse every day. Annually, 300 million tons of plastic...

    Livestock in Costa Rica Is Carbon-Positive Thanks to Environmental Strategy

    Today, the livestock sector is carbon-positive due to the implementation of a strategy of low carbon production for the sector, incorporated in 2015, explained...

    Mario José Echandi Jiménez: A Very Notable Costa Rican Statesman

    His story… Mario José Echandi Jiménez was born on June 17th, 1915, in San José, Costa Rica. A lawyer and politician, he was the son...

    Stop Violence against Women!

    Last Saturday night, in the Ecuadorian city of Ibarra, a man, allegedly Venezuelan, took his former sentimental partner hostage for about 90 minutes. Neither...

    Costa Rica Will Hold the First Workshop of the Aerospace Industry for Central American...

    The Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) of the United Nations Program on Space Applications in conjunction with the Central American Association of Aeronautics and...

    5G Service for Smartphones Will Cover Costa Rica in 2 Years

    The Corporate Telecommunications Directorate of the Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE) drew up the implementation of the 5G network nationwide within a period of...

    Beer: A Beverage Threatened by Climate Change

    As the century progresses, there will be less beer and it will be more expensive to get. Climate change is causing a greater frequency...

    Humanity will advance faster with a woman leader of the UN

    Costa Rican Christiana Figueres, key figure of the global climate change agreement in 2015 and aspiring leader of the UN, ensures that having a...

    General Assembly confirms nomination of Christiana Figueres

    The previous executive secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, the Costa Rican Christiana Figueres, has been nominated by the country...
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