Martínez hopes to replicate the model in Costa Rica someday: "In the end, it’s about coming back and making Costa Rica the best country possible.”
Used cooking grease from 30 restaurants at Santa Teresa de Cóbano, one of the most popular beach destinations in Guanacaste, is providing a local police station with biogas for its kitchen.
Larva patties and cricket cookies are the projects that earned two groups of students from the University of Costa Rica’s Food Technology School first and second place among 59 nutritional food proposals from around the world.
Larva patties and cricket crackers are projects that led two groups of students from the University of Costa Rica’s (UCR) Food Technology School to be selected as finalists in an international competition held by the U.S. Institute of Food Technologists (IFT).
Whole Foods’ responsibly grown rating system labels Costa Rican bananas grown at EARTH University as ‘Best’
The supermarket chain’s new "Responsibly Grown" produce rating system was launched earlier in October and divides fruits, flowers and vegetables into three categories: Good, Better and Best, based on suppliers’ farming practices.
He studied astrophysics at Harvard, was the 9th person to join Facebook, and now has built Guatemala’s first ‘self-sufficient’ home
GUATEMALA CITY – Developing countries might not be at the forefront of the sustainability movement, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a demand for it.
The practices of some tour guides who feed the crocodiles in the Tarcoles River are putting the tourists at risk, as they are invited...
The rains have touched down in Costa Rica and the season is upon us. Whether the cloudy afternoon skies or the downpours throughout some...
The Pfizer/BioNTech Covid vaccine is safe and effective for children aged six months to under five years when given in three doses, the companies...