The Best of Eco Interactive Costa Rica Vacation Information November 9, 2008Posted by ecointeractive in Adventure, Carbon Neutral, Conservation, Eco Travel, Wildlife.
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Costa Rica plans to be the first country to go Carbon Neutral. The Costa Rican government is developing plans to begin offsetting all of the country’s carbon dioxide emissions by the year 2020.
You might find feeding the monkeys (and other wild animals) to be a thrilling experience, but you are not doing the monkeys a favor. In fact, you are actually harming them. Here’s why!
Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula, home of Corcovado National Park, is one of the most important biological resources on the entire planet. Over five percent of the entire worlds biodiversity can be found on this tiny peninsula.