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Germany donates 10,000 trees to Costa Rica

The government of Germany, through its San José Embassy, donated 10,000 trees to Costa Rica's Huella del Futuro initiative.

Costa Rica launches crowdfunding campaign for northern reforestation

Costa Rica on Wednesday launched a fundraising campaign titled Huella del Futuro with the goal of planing 200,000 trees in nine northern cantons by September 2021. 

PHOTOS: Hurricane Otto leaves behind devastation in northern town

Hurricane Otto left behind a dramatic amount of damage, especially on Costa Rica's Northern Zone, where towns like Bijagua, Alajuela now look to rebuild.

Government pledges to speed up construction of San Carlos highway

Residents and entrepreneurs from Costa Rica’s northern zone on Wednesday met with President Luis Guillermo Solís and asked him to move faster with the project to build a new road to San Carlos, a project they have been waiting for more than 40 years.

Costa Rica’s Northern Zone to get more police to fight crime wave

A spike in violent crimes and robberies in Costa Rica’s Northern Zone prompted Public Security Minister Gustavo Mata Vega on Friday to promise local residents an increased police presence in the area.

Caribbean, Northern zone residents get a break from the rain, but that could change on Wednesday

Despite a significant decrease in rainfall on Monday, the National Emergency Commission said it will maintain a green alert for the Caribbean and Northern zones, two of Costa Rica's regions most affected by heavy rains last week.

National Emergency Commission issues another preventive alert for the Caribbean and Northern zones

Increased rainfall in the early hours on Thursday prompted the National Emergency Commission (CNE) to declare a green, or preventive, alert for those two regions for the second time this month.

San Carlos hackathon aims to boost women’s roles in technology development

An upcoming hackathon for women in San Carlos, in north-central Costa Rica, is seeking bright minds to help develop new technology applications to address social problems, and at the same time foster better training and more tech jobs for women.

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