Some 100 people joined in a march against climate change in San José, a day before international climate talks start in Paris. “We want serious decisions and and real compromise to stop the planet’s temperature rise,” said conservationist Jorge Mora Portuguez.
The Costa Rican government will not sacrifice fishermen for sharks, President Luis Guillermo Solís said last week in response to his nomination for the unflattering Shark Enemy 2016 award.
In this op-ed, two conservationists from the organization Turtle Island Restoration Network tell why they think President Luis Guillermo Solís’ nomination for “Shark Enemy” of the year is justified.
Costa Rica’s first-ever outdoor ice rink will be inaugurated in Sabana Park on Nov. 30 as part of a promotion from telecommunications firm Huawei.
Writer (and actor) Robert Isenberg arrives on the set of the film “Italia 90″ but has no idea who he’s supposed to play in the story of Costa Rica’s legendary 1990 World Cup run.
Blues musician John Carey steps into the Weekend Arts Spotlight to discuss his influences, his music and his upcoming concerts in Costa Rica.
In several years the Caribbean city of Limón will have one of the world’s most modern container ports, but due to financing issues there may be no road to get to it.
More than 20 people were killed in three mass klllings in Honduras this past week, including three children on Saturday.
In Mexico, conservationists say, environmental oversight is becoming as vulnerable as the wildlife, as program budgets have shrunk and scores of employees at the agency that monitors protected areas have been fired.
An overview of the challenges and successes going into the Paris climate summit that starts Sunday. For U.S. President Barack Obama, who travels to the summit Sunday, it could be the crowning diplomatic achievement of his presidency.