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Starting in April, Manuel Antonio NP will be open on Mondays

Costa Rica’s most popular national park is switching up its hours. 

Costa Ricans filed 5,000 environmental complaints in 2020

Any person who is in Costa Rica — adult or a minor, national or foreign — can file a criminal complaint to the authorities.

After year of inaction, international community meets to protect biodiversity

Topics will also include preventing pandemics such as COVID-19, which jumped from the animal world to man.

One Planet Summit kickstarts year of crucial environment talks

The summit will also launch the High Ambition Coalition -- a group of 45 countries led by Costa Rica, France and Britain.

Public Security, Environment Ministries join forces to protect parks

The Public Security Ministry (MSP) says it will join forces with the Environment Ministry (MINAE) to help protect Costa Rica’s national parks from illegal activity.

World Conservation Congress postponed (again) due to Covid-19

Several countries -- including France and Costa Rica -- planned to launch the Coalition of Great Ambition for Nature and People, with the goal of protecting 30% of the Earth's natural spaces by 2030.

Costa Rica appoints climate change director as new Environment Minister

Andrea Meza, who has been director of climate change for the Costa Rican government since 2015, was appointed Tuesday as Environment Minister, replacing the outgoing Carlos Manuel Rodríguez.

Manuel Antonio National Park now offers online tickets

Manuel Antonio National Park is popular for its beaches, abundance of wildlife and its relative proximity to San José. 

Costa Rican Minister will leave office to lead Global Environment Facility

The Washington-based GEF was created before the 1992 Earth Summit as a multilateral trust fund that supports environmental action in developing countries.

Manuel Antonio reopens with capacity for 1,300 daily tourists

Manuel Antonio National Park is popular for its beaches, abundance of wildlife and its relative proximity to San José. 

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