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Friday, October 7, 2022

Costa Rica Inside Out

From consumption to conservation: the story of Carlos

What does it take to protect wildlife in Costa Rica? When we imagine the needs of wildlife organizations, we often think of funding for...

The love among guides

They go it alone, like schoolteachers: the forest their classroom, the tourists their students. When the tourists disappeared, they kept going out, walking the...

Where two rivers start, a mission was born

How did a specific concern for the health of two rivers grow into a project that affected multiple communities’ schools and economies, the role...

A day in the life of a young artisan

Angie Flores López is one of the young women who collaborates with the Fundación Construyendo Sonrisas. She is 14 years old and lives in...

Handmade tortillas: culture on your palate

When I eat a criollo corn tortilla, I know we are eating the same thing our ancestors ate. I was fortunate to meet my...

The promise of a book

What is your first memory of a book in your hands? Your fingers trailing along a shelf, touching the spines? That distinct, strangely loud sound...
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Podcast in English: How can a city become age-friendly?

Today on our podcast, Mónica Quesada Cordero reads a story in Spanish from our February 2022 edition, Long Live CR, which focused on healthy...

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