Costa Rica economy

A call to honor Costa Rica’s leading environmentalists:

On October 29, one of Costa Rica’s leading environmentalists, Mario Boza passed away after a nearly fifty-year career devoted to nature conservation. Boza was co-founder, along with Alvaro Ugalde, of the country’s National Parks System (SINAC) created in 1970. He won the J. Paul Getty Award for Conservation from the …

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What does the outcome of COP26 mean for the fight against climate change?

British Columbia declared a state of emergency following record rainfall that resulted in widespread flooding of farms, landslides and the evacuation of residents. Justin Sullivan / Getty Images As he addressed the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland, during the final hours of the event, COP26 President …

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GGGI opens office in Costa Rica to support green agenda

From left to right: Ban Ki-moon, President of the Global Green Growth Institute, Frank Rijsberman, Director General of GGGI, Rodolfo Solano Quiros, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Costa Rica and Carlos Alvarado Quesada, President of Costa Rica, sign an agreement on Monday host country with GGGI in Seoul. (Sanjay Kumar …

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Sport fishermen can help change this:

Tuna like Yos Disan’s recent catch is common nowadays near the shore At the same time, the number of sailboats captured and released by the sport fishing fleet is down 70% in some parts of the country while commercial sailboat landings have increased by 126%. Even though the law states …

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Nature cannot wait. We must act now to save wildlife habitats

Nature cannot wait. We must act now to save wildlife habitats Costa Rica is celebrating 200 years of independence this year. It is an opportunity to honor our ancestors and to think of our descendants, and we invite the world to celebrate with us. Those who cannot visit in person …

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Nicaraguan youth in exile fight to build a future after Ortega’s victory | WKZO | All Kalamazoo

By Daina Beth Salomon SAN JOSE (Reuters) – Asked about the three days she spent in a Nicaraguan prison in 2018 for demonstrating against President Daniel Ortega, Tania Cadena pointed out white scars on her arm and forehead, then parted her lips to reveal a missing molar. “It was like …

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California joins alliance to end dependence on fossil fuels

California has joined the Beyond Oil & Gas Alliance (BOGA) launched at COP26, bringing together national and subnational governments committed to advancing a just transition away from oil and gas production. Led by Costa Rica and Denmark, this one-of-a-kind alliance will help build momentum for states and nations as they …

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El Salvador – Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband

Sydney, November 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Just published, this edition of the BuddeComm report describes the latest developments and key trends in the telecommunications markets. – https://www.budde.com.au/Research/El-Salvador-Telecoms-Mobile-and-Broadband-Statistics-and-Analyses/?utm_source=GNW Economic potential is limited by the relatively small population, while the country’s telecommunications sector has been constrained by poor infrastructure and unequal …

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