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President Rodrigo Chaves announces major reform of the Costa Rican Electricity Institute

In his first hours as President of Costa Rica, Rodrigo Chaves Robles signed decrees and issued directives that imply a strong reform in the...

Climate change creating new virus hotspots ‘in our backyard’

Climate change will drive animals towards cooler areas where their first encounters with other species will vastly increase the risk of new viruses infecting...

Visiting Costa Rica’s Manuel Antonio National Park

Centrally located and easy to access, Manuel Antonio National Park has become one of the most visited national parks in Costa Rica. Rightfully so,...

Costa Rican Environmentalists Asks for Endangered Shark Protection

A marine conservation group calls for defense of hammerhead, silky and thresher shark species in Costa Rica. Specifically, they ask current President Carlos Alvarado,...

Costa Rica Launches Its First National Plan for Climate Change Adaptation

Costa Rica launched, on Monday, its first National Climate Change Adaptation Plan, which sets out a five-year route for the country. The Plan seeks...

Costa Rica’s Coco Island National Park Declared Natural Shark Sanctuary

The President of Costa Rica, Carlos Alvarado Quesada, and the Minister of Environment and Energy, Rolando Castro Cordoba, signed this Friday, April 22nd, an...

Climate, big agriculture slashing insect populations ‘by half’

A warming world and intensive agriculture are causing insect populations to plummet by nearly half compared to areas less affected by temperature rises and...

Costa Rica’s Manuel Antonio National Park Inaugurates Accessible Boardwalk

Manuel Antonio National Park inaugurated an accessible walkway of 164 linear meters, which used plastic caps as raw material for its elaboration. In order...

Costa Rica’s Chirripó National Park grows 500 hectares

Chirripó National Park is located in three provinces: San José, Limón and Cartago. It is named after its most prominent feature: Mount Chirripó. At...

Cameras in Costa Rica show endangered animal species roaming private wildlife refuges

A technology system consisting on hidden cameras or “trap cameras,” is being used by wildlife refuges in Costa Rica. Privately managed wildlife refuges help...
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Costa Rican President Rodrigo Chaves will attend World Economic Forum

The President of Costa Rica, Rodrigo Chaves Robles, will make his first international trip with the objective of seeking more foreign investment that will...

Costa Rica National Weather Institute forecasts heavier rains starting Tuesday

Starting Tuesday afternoon and evening, Costa Rica will experience an increase in rainfall intensity which will continue throughout the week, due to the arrival...

5 Interesting Facts about Patacones (Fried Green Plantains) in Costa Rica

Mmm, patacones. So delicious. So full of surprising facts.

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