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    The World Bank Will Consult Young Costa Ricans on Green Development

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    The Costa Rican News (TCRN) – The World Bank will consult in the coming weeks with  young Costa Ricans on green development as part of a comprehensive analysis conducted on the subject.

    The World Bank said that consultation will be held on Saturday in the province of Limón (Caribbean) on March 29 and in Guanacaste (Pacific) and Alajuela (center) on April 5.

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    “As future managers of productive landscapes and as environmental leaders, young people have an important role in the future development of Costa Rica and therefore, it is important for them to participate in the process of making long-term decisions,” said World Bank economist, Svetlana Edmeades.

    With this initiative, the World Bank seeks to include the perspective of young people living in rural areas on development and get an assessment of environmental, political and economic issues of the Central American country.

    The results of the consultation will be part of an overall analysis. (ACAN-EFE)

    The Costa Rican News (TCRN)

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