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But poor countries might never see it

Today, August 31, the goal of 70% vaccination has been achieved. However, poor countries are lagging behind and the third dose goes undetected. NOT. vaccination campaign Continue, now straight ahead, in Italy as in the rest of the world. However, the issues are far from over and there are still …

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Costa Rica creates climate change adaptation maps

Costa Rica appears today as a pioneer in the use of Essential Survival Zones (ELSA) Methodology, even at the international level, with particular emphasis on adaptation to climate change. The Ministry of Environment and Energy (Minae) stressed that Costa Rica is making progress in the development of national maps that …

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Costa Rica signs law to attract digital nomads

QCOSTARICA – Costa Rican President Carlos Alvarado today signed the Digital Nomad Law which aims to attract foreign workers who work remotely from anywhere in the world. The legislation envisages the creation of a special non-resident visa for a period of up to two years, as a remote worker or …

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Cartagena is ready to receive cruise ships

Cartagena de Indias is preparing to receive cruise ships after a technical inspection visit from the authorities. If the Colombian Ministry of Health approves the security protocols for the management and control of coronavirus risks in activities related to the arrival, stay and departure of ships with passengers, the city …

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The smart couple from Nicaragua:

The first Nicaraguan couple, President Daniel Ortega and his wife, Vice President Rosario Murillo, are both 70 years old, but they show no sign of relinquishing power. On Monday, they announced their joint candidacy to run for re-election – with Ortega vying for a fourth consecutive term. Former guerrilla leader …

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Latin America facing the perfect storm

Q REPORTAGES – MADRID / MONTEVIDEO – Latin America is going through a series of particularly serious crises. The region’s economies are stagnating. His policy is broken. And above all, the health of its inhabitants is in danger. The mass protests that have recently broken out in several countries bear …

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The Poaching Pandemic | Hakai Magazine

Item body Miguel Torres spends most of his nights playing cat and mouse. Along with seven colleagues, Torres, a wildlife refuge patroller, scans every hour around Ostional Beach in northwest Costa Rica, looking for sea turtle poachers. The key to winning this game, Torres says, is to be as dark …

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