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In San Jose Costa Rica Artisanal Fishers Demand Action off Coast of Corcovado

In San Jose, artisanal fishers demand action off coast of Corcovado As fish stocks are diminished, so is the livelihood of artisanal fishers. For years,...

U.S. Coast Guard Increases Cooperation with Costa Rica and Regional Partners on Illegal Fishing

The US Coast Guard ship STONE leads Operation Southern Shield, the first patrol dedicated to illegal fishing in Costa Rican waters Today in Golfito, the...

For the Oceans Foundation takes lead for Ocean Conservation for Costa Rica

There is growing international interest in the conservation of the Eastern Tropical Pacific, a vast area of largely thriving but threatened ocean stretching Southwest...

16,000 Dead Sailfish in Costa Rica: Sport Fishermen can help change that

Tuna like Yos Disan’s recent catch are common these days close to shore At the same time the number of sailfish caught and released by...

Costa Rica lawmakers sink trawling project

A majority of lawmakers this week supported President Carlos Alvarado’s veto of a controversial project that would have authorized trawl fishing in Costa Rican waters.

Costa Ricans Have Eyes on the Ocean and Congress

There are a couple of proposed bills in congress that have been kicked around more than a soccer ball in the National Stadium. One...

U.S. cites Costa Rica for fishing non-compliance

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) of the United States identified Costa Rica among seven nations for activities relating to illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing.

Fate of bigeye tuna in the balance in quota meet

The Latin American countries of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama and Mexico are pressing for no change in the quota.

Costa Rican government approves greenstick licenses for commercial, charter fishing fleets

Greenstick fishing, or palo verde as it is known in Spanish, is not a new technique.

New study: Costa Rica is giving away its fishing wealth

Costa Rica receives some $19 for each metric ton of tuna that can later reach a market price of some $2,000.

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