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Water will be out for thousands Wednesday in San José area

Thousands of people will temporarily be without water Wednesday while work is done at the Costa Rican Water and Sewer Institute (AyA) facilities in Tres Ríos, Cartago.

High temperatures expected to continue in Costa Rica for two more months

A video that went viral on Tuesday shows a whirlwind on a road in Guanacaste, “formed by the effects of high temperatures on air,” a local meteorologist said.

Water and Sewer Institute announces rationing plan for up to four months

The Water and Sewer Institute rationing plan will focus on cantons in the capital of San José.

Could seaweed be Costa Rica’s food of the future?

Research found that one hectare of Costa Rica’s marine territory has the potential to harvest 40 tons of edible seaweed per year.

Water rationing in Central Valley to continue for two more weeks

Despite a strong start to the rainy season, some households in Costa Rica's Central Valley face two more weeks of water rationing while aquifers replenish.

San José to face water rationing for at least six more weeks

Water supply problems in Costa Rica’s capital will persist at least through May, according to projections from the Water and Sewers Institute (AyA).

Save water, ban golf courses, says Costa Rican lawmaker

Broad Front Party legislator Suray Carrillo Guevara is drafting a water conservation bill that would ban existing and future golf courses in Costa Rica.

Drought: As tourism season approaches, Tamarindo needs a good shower

As high tourism season approaches, the rainy season peters out and the drought continues, Tamarindo struggles to make sure there's enough water to supply the town.

Low rainfall conditions prompt water rationing until mid-2016

At least half a million residents of Costa Rica’s Greater Metropolitan Area (GAM) will suffer water shortages and rationing until next year due to low rainfall levels recorded in the current rainy season, the Water and Sewer Institute (AyA) reported Monday.

From the land of the rising sun

In tough times, pressures on water resources abound. Climate change will have a dramatic impact on these pressures; it is essential to our national life to invest in intelligence.

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