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Are the Chinese killing Costa Rica’s ocean?

I was recently chastised on social media for not mentioning China in my recent Tico Times article about Costa Rica’s ocean management, I don´t...

Costa Rica’s tuna regulations affect dolphins and national fishermen

For more than two years, a couple of proposed laws have been floating in and out of the Costa Rican congress regarding tuna reform...

Working from the tropics: Costa Rica promises digital nomads a life of ‘Pura Vida’

For those willing to make the leap, it can be an amazing adventure.

Costa Rica rolls out the welcome mat to the yachting world

One of the most spectacular ways to see Costa Rica is from the water.

Illegal fishing kills Costa Rica marine life and tourism in Golfo Dulce and Southern Zone

Eco-tourism and sport-fishing tourism are both being threatened by illegal commercial fishing practices in Costa Rica.

Project advances to move tuna sein boats 100 miles from coast

Costa Rica needs to improve on its protection of its valuable tuna resources — not only for the sport fishing fleet they represent, but for the benefit of all national fishermen.

National Costa Rican Indigenous Day

Within the list of days’ anniversaries in Costa Rica, April 19th, is maybe least interesting day of commemorating, of making remembrance and of celebration....

Opinion: Costa Rica’s dolphin hypocrisy

Capturing dolphins to catch tuna is not responsible fishing, Todd Staley argues.

Letter to the Editor: We are students in Monteverde. This is why we are striking against climate change.

Join us in making a change before we no longer have the chance.

Letter to the Editor: Join the 2019 Global Climate Strike, Friday Sept. 20

It’s time to take a stand, to show the political will to effect rapid and drastic changes in our policies and laws.

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