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President Carlos Alvarado vetoes Costa Rica’s controversial trawling project

President Carlos Alvarado on Friday announced that he has vetoed a project that would authorize trawl fishing in Costa Rican waters. 

Costa Rican Congress approves controversial trawling law

The new legislation sets in motion the process to resume trawling in Costa Rica, a country that prides itself on its environmental policies.

Visit Costa Rica’s famed Isla del Coco – without leaving San José

Using video mapping and other technological tools, we can experience a full day at the island.

Big waves expected at Costa Rica’s northern Pacific, Caribbean beaches

Waves could reach 4.1 meters (13.7 feet) on Sunday at Guanacaste beaches and along the Nicoya Peninsula.

Surf’s up: Caribbean beaches to see large waves over the weekend

Costa Rica's Caribbean beaches in the province of Limón are expected to see waves up to 3.1 meters (10.3 feet) starting Friday and likely continuing through the weekend, the University of Costa Rica's Center for Research in Marine Sciences and Limnology (CIMAR) reported.

High tides expected along Pacific coast this week

High tides are expected starting Tuesday along Costa Rica's Pacific coast. Experts say they'll come with big waves and, combined with rain, could cause flooding.

Big waves expected at Costa Rica’s central Pacific beaches this weekend

Powerful waves and rip currents started hitting beaches in the Pacific province of Puntarenas on Friday and will continue throughout the weekend. Oceanographers forecast a new stronger swell likely will bring even bigger waves to Puntarenas starting next Thursday.

New app offers updates on Costa Rica tides, wind conditions

The app displays animated graphics and maps showing wave height, direction and duration, and data on average wind speed, gust strength and direction.

Costa Rica investigates company’s navigation permits after weekend chemical spill in Nicoya Gulf

Officials from the Costa Rican Fisheries Institute (INCOPESCA) on Monday said that 180 tons of ammonium nitrate spilled into the Nicoya Gulf last Saturday has not caused significant damage to the area’s marine resources.

Big waves expected to hit Costa Rica’s southern Pacific beaches over the weekend

Waves are expected to reach up to 11 feet high along Costa Rica's southern Pacific beaches, oceanographers say.

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