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    Costa Rican Women With Nature Conservation Projects Will Be Able To Access Credits of up to ₡ 10 Million

    Costa Rican Women With Nature Conservation Projects Will Be Able To Access Credits of...

    Women who work in biodiversity management, agriculture, ecotourism and research will be able to access financing of up to ₡ 10 million

    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....

    Municipal Nursery of San José Will Produce 16 Thousand Trees

    A new tree nursery located in Pavas will produce 16,000 trees and shrubs to contribute to the tree planting process of different parks and...

    Greater Management of Plastic Residues in Costa Rica Is Urged!

    Plastic waste is a real threat to the environment, to the oceans, their animals and, therefore, represents a huge risk for the Costa Rican...

    Government and International Organizations Call for the Replacement of Plastics for Single Use in...

    In accordance with global efforts for the protection of the planet, the Ministry of Environment and Energy (MINAE), the United Nations Development Program in ...

    Virgin Forests All Around the World Are Disappearing Fast

    Between 2014 and 2016, the virgin forests of the world lost an area of 90,000 square kilometers per year. That area is equivalent to...

    Pineapple Growers, the State, and Communities Set a North for Pineapple Crop Sustainability

    Encouraging the incorporation of good agricultural practices, strengthening producer organizations, and promoting spaces for dialogs are some of the actions prioritized by the monitoring...

    By 2021 Costa Rica Will be the First Country to Eliminate Single-Use Plastics

    Why does single-use plastics represent a problem for any country? The overproduction of single-use plastics is a serious problem of garbage generation for most countries...

    UNDP to Invest $ 3.3 Million in Environmental Protection in Costa Rica

    San Jose - The United Nations Program for Development (UNDP) announced that over the next three years it will invest $ 3.3 million in...
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