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Voices

Towards political literacy in Costa Rica: the story of ‘Animales Políticos’

Concern about increasing misinformation in Costa Rica led us to dedicate our September issue, “Infodemia”, to that topic. In the latest installment in our...

Misinformation in Central America: a perfect storm

Costa Rica shares its independence and bicentennial date (September 15th, 2021) with the other countries of Central America. Something else these neighbors have in...

Sisterhood and the sea turtles

For some people in the coastal communities of Costa Rica, a passion for conservation is born early. Sisters Keithlyn, Hazel and Daneycha Rankin Abraham...

My two islands

We are proud to share this column in honor of Costa Rica’s National Parks Day, which this year is dedicated to Isla del Coco...

The woman who runs Corcovado National Park, and why she loves her job

One morning in 2012, I was with a colleague on a review of the trails in San Pedrillo, one of the sectors of Corcovado...

Conservation depends on grassroots food security

Tourism in Costa Rica is directly related to our natural resources and their protection. Ecotourism, rural community tourism, sun and beach tourism, and adventure...

‘I even dreamed about my reporting’

Two things brought them together that day: the rain that was falling on everyone's roofs, and the shared challenge of finding out how their...

The experience of mass COVID-19 vaccination in Costa Rica

How is the participation of the mass vaccination campaign in Costa Rica? Our graphic editor tells us about her experience.

Tragedy, recovery, and our July edition

This month's edition of El Colectivo 506 began on Nov. 24, 2016. Somewhere around dusk as I sat at my desk in Curridabat, looking...

‘Coming out is a constant thing’

Telling my friends in our rural community, Monteverde, was fairly easy. Coming out is a constant thing, though.
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