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    Poza Los Coyotes: The Incredible Place With Turquoise Water in Guanacaste

    Just 30 minutes from Liberia in Guanacaste is “Poza Los Coyotes”, a spectacular place that attracts the eyes of its visitors due to the...

    “In 5 Years, There Will Be a Shortage of Water and Food in The...

    It is like talking about skin cancer to someone who has a lack of iodine. We are in a global economy, but there is no one-size-fits-all global solution.

    El Rey Waterfall: Unique Palace of Rocks and Water for Hikers

    Located in the indigenous area of Zapatón in Puriscal, there is a natural palace molded by thousands of years; it is the El Rey...

    The Sacred, Symbolic, and Mystical Dimension of Water

    Water has various types of value: biological, as the foundation of life; social, because it is a good that requires social, symbolic and spiritual...

    Gasoline-Scented Water in Canadian Indigenous Communities

    The authorities of the Canadian Territory of Nunavut (close to Greenland) have declared a state of emergency in Iqaluit, its capital, on Thursday. The...

    Store Rainfall Water And Use It To Solve Daily Tasks!

    Both water scarcity and torrential rains pose challenges. First, because it means that people will not be able to drink this vital liquid, bathe,...

    New Water Distribution System Will Benefit Three Indigenous Communities of Talamanca

    In order to continue strengthening development in indigenous communities, the Costa Rican Institute of Aqueducts and Sewers (AyA) invests ₡ 920 million to provide...

    “Water Woman” Gains Momentum for Female Empowerment in ...

    Female empowerment is gaining momentum in the world, mainly in Costa Rica, where little by little the activities are talking about all positive. It...

    The Ingenuity of an Indigenous Community Could Naturally Heal Its River

    Creating a bioremediation system that uses simple techniques to sediment water and capture metals with the help of artificial wetlands.
    Five of the Best Beaches in Costa Rica for Families to Escape to

    Five of the Best Beaches in Costa Rica for Families to Escape to

    Is the current pandemic getting you down as a family? If you're in Costa Rica, it's hard to see the bright side.

    Nature Trails, Waterfalls and a Dive Into a Natural Pool: Get to Know: “La...

    For all those people who repeatedly look for new little-known destinations, to go on an adventure, go hiking and enjoy the weekend

    Turrialba Will Have Three Citizen Water Observatories

    Turrialba will have three citizen water observatories, backed by the Tropical Agronomic Research and Teaching Center (CATIE) and the Union of Asadas from the...

    Innovative Tico System Saves Almost 2 million Liters of Water Per Year in Car...

    An innovative system in Costa Rica allows the saving of almost two million liters of water per year in washing the fleets of three...

    Scientists closer to producing hydrogen from Water

    The dream of the scientific community of obtaining hydrogen from water is today increasingly close to becoming a reality, which would leave behind the...
    Costa Rica studies a new water law after 78 years

    Costa Rica studies a new Water Law after 78 years

    A project for a new water law tries to break through in Costa Rica after 78 years, in a context in which the water resource is increasingly valuable and in which there is criticism from environmental sectors for alleged setbacks in the text on the management and protection of the resource

    Water is Now Traded on the Chicago Stock Exchange

    Water, like gold, oil and other raw materials, began to be traded on the US stock market, despite its worrying scarcity, it was known today in the financial markets

    “Water Law in Costa Rica”, Crime or Sin of Omission

    “I have been listening lately, with great attention, to the opinion of different experts on the water issue of our beloved country. Today I...

    Tico Social Organization invest ¢ 416.5 million in the Purchase of Land to Guarantee...

    Through its Program for the Protection of Water Resources, Coopesantos has invested ¢ 416.5 million in the purchase of land to guarantee water supply...

    Costa Rican Drinking Water Does Not Contain COVID-19

    There are many questions we ask ourselves with regard to this COVID-19 Pandemic that has been attacking humanity since the end of the last...

    Costa Rica Decrees a Law that Designates Water as a Basic Human Right

    In the framework of the World Environment Day, the President of Costa Rica, Carlos Alvarado, signed a law that guarantees access to water as...

    Hydrotherapy: Using Water for Countless Benefits to Our Health

    Hydrotherapy is a therapy that serves for the treatment of various diseases, injuries and other disorders. These therapy sessions will be carried out according...

    Water: An Invaluable Treasure

    According to the phrase "every drop counts" and, in these times, opening the tap and getting quality water, drinkable, and accessible, it is really...

    New Aqueduct, that Will Carry Water without Arsenic, Will Be Built

    With a formal ceremony, the construction of an aqueduct began, which will transport water from the Sandillal reservoir to the city of Cañas and...

    Costa Rica and Peru Join Efforts to Harvest Water in Guanacaste

    The Ministry of Environment and Energy of Costa Rica (MINAE) and the Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation of Peru (MINAGRI), presented a program that...

    Measures Against Chemical Pollution Are Urgent!

    Countries will not meet the agreed goal of minimizing the adverse impacts of chemicals and waste by 2020, which means that urgent measures are...

    Education, Water, and Food: Costa Rican Help that Goes Up to Africa

    The word help is taken to a higher level; Javier Camacho Valerio has been developing and leading Apo-Fu, a Costa Rican NGO for the...

    The Best Sugar Substitute Is Water!

    Something is set to change when the World Health Organization (WHO) issues its recommendations on the use of food sweeteners, later this year. These...

    Why We Should Not Take Starfish Out of the Water

    Like all marine animals, starfish is an organism found in the sea for one simple reason: They do not breathe air. Although this is something very logical, some people captivated by their beauty take them out of the water without thinking about the damage they cause them

    Intel CR Certifies as Carbon Neutral by Reducing Energy Consumption at 50%

    Recently, Intel Costa Rica managed to become certified as a Carbon Neutral company, after implementing a series of measures at its facilities in San...

    Natural Diuretics

    Diuretics work to reduce high blood pressure, either alone or in combination with other substances, in congestive heart disease, and in all those clinical...
    Drinkable water is possible after a desalination process of marine water.

    Costa Rica: Drinkable Water Everywhere

    It corresponds to the Costa Rican Institute of Aqueducts and Sewers (AyA), as an entity rector in matters of fresh water supply, sanitation services,...
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    Costa Rica has Brought its 1st “Hydrogen Bus”

    This means of transport is part of the Hydrogen Ecosystem project promoted by the Costa Rican former astronaut Franklin Chang Díaz, which is based...
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    Typical Dishes of Costa Rica

    Have you ever been to Costa Rica or have you tried the main dishes of your traditional food? The quality of the following dishes when...

    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...

    Action for Rivers

      A National and International Celebration March 14th was the International Day of Action for Rivers Costa Rica is commemorating the International Day of Action for Rivers by...

    Sacred Wisdom for Womens Hormonal Health

    Our precious planet is such an amazing living organism. She provides for us an abundance of nourishment and beauty, as well as all we...
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    Slovenia Protects The Right To Drinking Water Into Their Constitution

    Even though U.S. President-elect Trump appears to be taking the States on an environmental backslide, other countries are stepping up to protect their own...

    Bolivia Passes New Legislation – “Law For The Rights of Mother Earth”

    Bolivia has made a monumental decision that will have far-reaching effects and benefits for our planet.  The Legislative Assembly has passed a new law...

    Conservation on the Osa Peninsula:

    Costa Rica is making continuous strides in conservation! Learn how individuals and visitors can get involved in keeping this country beautiful! The Osa Peninsula is home...

    Scientists Warn of the Perils of Sea-level Rise

    During the past millennia sea level has never risen nearly as fast as during the last century, says a new study. That same study warns...
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