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Costa Rica environmental news: 2015’s biggest stories

The biggest in Costa Rica environmental news in 2015.

Costa Rica court orders new trial over alleged Crucitas mine impropriety 

An appeals court called for a new trial against former Environment Minister Roberto Dobles for approving the controversial Infinito Gold mining project.

Op-ed: ‘Zombie’ Canadian mining company, Infinito Gold, stalks Costa Rica

Infinito Gold, the Calgary-based firm still fighting over its defunct open-pit gold mine project in Costa Rica, is one of 588 junior resource firms with negative working capital ($127 million) listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange Venture Exchange (TSXV).

On Earth Day, a walk through Costa Rica’s recent environmental history

Earth Day is about celebrating the planet that gives us life. But it's also about taking stock of where we are in terms of making sure life on this planet continues. So with that in mind, here are some of the highlights of Costa Rica's recent environmental history.

Former environment minister faces corruption allegations over controversial gold mine concession

Former Environment Minister Roberto Dobles (2006-2010), right, and his lawyer, Laureano Castro, appeared in a Goicoechea court on Monday, Oct. 27, along with six other...

3 years after Costa Rica kicked out gold-mining company, legal battle continues

Canada's Infinito Gold is now suing Costa Rica at the World Bank for $1 billion in projected losses.

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