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National Decarbonization Plan

Costa Rica will receive $10.3 million to Decarbonize the Greater Metropolitan Area

The Global Environmental Fund (GEF) announced that it will provide Costa Rica with $10.3 million over five years to invest in the decarbonization of...

Costa Rica Pens Potential $2 Billion Green Hydrogen Investment

On the third anniversary of the Costa Rica government’s National Decarbonization Plan President Carlos Alvarado signed a proposal to produce green hydrogen here in...

Green Hydrogen Technology could change Costa Rica’s Future

Former astronaut Franklin Chang is confident that in 10 years Costa Rica, his country, will be different. He aspires to make it much richer...

Activists push Costa Rica to ban oil and gas exploitation forever

Personalities from the entertainment world and international diplomats pressured the Legislative Assembly to pass a law that would permanently ban the exploitation of fossil fuels in Costa Rica.

Countries eye electric car future

Cape Verde wants clean cars to account for 100 percent of the market in 2035 while Costa Rica has set a 2050 date.

Costa Rica ban on Styrofoam begins this week

The use of expanded polystyrene, more commonly known as Styrofoam, will be restricted across Costa Rica in most situations beginning August 7

Costa Rica will receive $250 million from Green Fund for electric train

The electric train was a main campaign promise for  Alvarado, who was elected as president of Costa Rica in 2018.

Photos: New Costa Rica passenger trains enter service

Costa Rica on Monday introduced the new self-propelled diesel train carriages on passenger routes across the Greater Metropolitan Area.

Costa Rica ready to debut new passenger trains

Residents of the Greater Metropolitan Area will soon notice a new addition to Costa Rica's public-transportation sector. 

IMF loan ‘ultimately benefits all Costa Ricans,’ Alvarado says in interview

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Monday approved a three-year, $1.78 billion loan to help stabilize Costa Rica's economy. 

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