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Story at El Colectivo 506 on Costa Rica’s urban rivers wins global award

"The green veins of concrete cities," an El Colectivo 506 story by Jhostyn Díaz Tenorio, has won a global award for Best Student Solutions...

Conversations 506: Jhostyn Díaz, a journalism students that learns Solutions Journalism

Each year, our December edition, Rearview, looks back on our previous reporting to follow up on the people, places, stories, and solutions that have...

CBIMA: Interurban Biological Corridors in Costa Rica

Each year, our December edition, Rearview, looks back on our previous reporting to follow up on the people, places, stories, and solutions that have...

Come celebrate by the river and help create a green Hatillo

This weekend, Costa Rica will celebrate the International Day of Action for Rivers—and across the country, activities are being organized as part of the...

The green veins of our concrete cities

It's Saturday morning. Children, teens, homemakers, senior citizens and other residents have gathered, all ready to work for a common goal: to reclaim this...

Birding in Costa Rica’s Central Valley: 21 species to look for

Is there good bird watching in urban San José? We’re here to tell you: there’s plenty to see. Bird lovers know that the first requirement...

Rivers ‘are excellent barometers’: a conversation with the founder of Rutas Naturbanas

Have you ever wobbled across a suspension bridge over a river in Costa Rica? Or have you bathed in thermal water pools, built at...

Costa Rican’s urban rivers: a paradise we’re not too late to save

“Yum!” says my daughter, tasting the juicy fruit of a bright-red coffee cherry. My husband, his feet covered in loose dirt baked by the summer...

Welcome to ‘Start at the River’

The percentage of Costa Ricans living in urban areas increased from 34% in the 1960s to 81% in 2021, according to data from the...
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