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The government-run Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE) is working on a project to create artificial reefs using waste material from the national electricity grid.
A new report estimates that a lack of rainfall and rising sea levels from climate change threaten an “alarming” number of Costa Rica’s indigenous flora and fauna, and human access to potable drinking water.
Some of Costa Rica’s ecosystems could be on the verge of disappearing, says a new study released at the Mesoamerican Protected Areas Congress, held this week in San José. The study was conducted by Costa Rica’s Tropical Agriculture Research and Higher Education Center (CATIE) in coordination with the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).
The road leading to the Irazú Volcano National Park in Cartago was covered with hail on September 30th. Large amounts of hail made many...
W Costa Rica Reserva Conchal will offer visitors the opportunity to live a natural holistic experience with bees in a vibrant and exclusive way....