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Costa Rica’s advances towards inclusion—with some detours

Over the past three decades, Costa Rica has made important legislative advances towards greater inclusion and respect for LGBTIQ+ rights. Having moved from the arrests...

Can the government of Costa Rica rescue rural tourism?

Text by Mónica Quesada Cordero and Katherine Stanley Obando, with additional reporting by Mayela López and Thomas Enderlin. Sixth part in our series on...

What would Costa Rica be like without rural tourism?

Text by Mónica Quesada Cordero and Katherine Stanley Obando, with additional reporting by Mayela López and Thomas Enderlin. Part Five in our April series...

When gold is green

Third in our April series on rural community tourism in Costa Rica. Read Part One, “The wisdom that comes with a life on the...

One step at a time

Part two in our April series on rural community tourism in Costa Rica. Read Part One here. Birdsong and warm mountain sunlight flood the small...

Searching for a Renaissance

The final installment in our four-part series on education and the pandemic in Costa Rica, inspired by a 2006 series by our co-founders that...

The equalizers

Third in a four-part series on education and the pandemic in Costa Rica, inspired by a 2006 series by our co-founders that followed three...

The 48-hour journey

Read the first part of the series here: "A harvest turned upside down." Máximo Palacios, 39, is a lean, quiet man with a slow smile....

A harvest turned upside down

“Gracias a Dios, ya llegó Máximo.” Thank God. Máximo has arrived. Minor Jiménez has had a long day. Last night, he set his alarm clock...
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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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