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Costa Rica’s cleanest beaches get blue flags

A total of 135 beaches along the Caribbean and Pacific coasts are displaying blue flags this week to let visitors know that their sands and waters are among the country's cleanest.

Protect 30% of planet by 2030: UN Nature rescue plan

Global warming has begun to take a toll, with far worse impacts on the not-so-distant horizon, experts say.   

‘Nature is our life insurance,’ says Costa Rica’s Minister of Environment

Costa Rica's main objective: to protect 30% of the Earth's natural spaces by 2030, an initiative that begins to be known as #30x30.

Costa Rica passes watered-down anti-plastics law

The project was originally more ambitious, but that he modified it so as not to affect the plastics industry, which employs 14,000 people in Costa Rica.

Puma spotted in Escazú; here’s what to do if you see it

Pumas and jaguars both live in Braulio Carillo National Park, located near San José.

Protecting Costa Rica’s Biodiversity: It’s a bug’s life

Insect populations account for 85% of all animals that live in the Osa Peninsula.

Costa Rica’s Corcovado Foundation a finalist for international funding

EOCA selected the Corcovado Foundation for its proposal to reduce plastic waste in Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula.

Robinson Crusoe island sets example for the world in conservation

For almost a century, the inhabitants of Robinson Crusoe — named for literature's most famous castaway — have known that their island's fragile ecosystem depends on them conserving its unique wildlife.

Helping To Save The Titi Monkey in Costa Rica

The tití monkey (Saimiri oerstedii) is a Central American primate species, which has two subspecies that are geographically isolated, one of these subspecies is endemic to Costa Rica.

Costa Ricans Aim to Save the Tapir through Nai Conservation

The Central American tapir is large. In fact, it’s the largest terrestrial mammal in the Neotropics. These animals can weigh up to 300 kilograms and the Bribri people of Costa Rica believe that a giant tapir created the Earth.

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