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Costa Rica is Helping to Solve Plastic Pollution Problem

The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and several Costa Rican entities will remove approximately 200 thousand tons of non-recyclable plastics that are not correctly...

Costa Rica and France look to co-host UN Ocean Conference 2025

At the United Nations (UN) Conference on Oceans in Lisbon, the Presidents of France and Costa Rica announced their joint intention to co-host the...

Costa Rica continues to push forward with ambitious Blue Agenda

During the Oceans Summit held in Lisbon, Portugal, the Costa Rican delegation, led by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Worship, Arnoldo André Tinoco,...

Oceans saved us, now we can return the favor

Humanity must heal oceans made sick by climate change, pollution and overfishing in order to rescue marine life and save ourselves, experts warned ahead...

Costa Rica Directs its Efforts Towards Protecting the Ocean

Costa Rica began 2022 implementing ocean diplomacy in favor of the protection of marine resources in different areas. The country is determined to continue...

Operation Rich Coast holding ‘CleanUp for the Oceans’ this weekend

Saturday's event includes more than 40 locations where volunteers will gather to clean up Costa Rica's beaches.

Messages along San José’s streets ask people to stop littering

Estimates from the Health Ministry state that people throw nearly 300 tons of garbage in Costa Rica's streets, sewers, vacant properties and rivers every day.

Half of marine life wiped out in 40 years: WWF

Pollution, industrial fishing and climate change have killed off half of marine life in the last four decades, according to a WWF report released Wednesday. A quarter of shark and ray species face extinction, largely due to overfishing.

Nearly all seabirds will have ingested plastic by 2050

Most seabirds have already eaten plastic in the oceans, and scientists projected Monday that 99 percent will have done so by 2050.

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