Can Costa Rica’s Path to Carbon Neutrality be Replicated by Other Countries?
While the UN unveils another devastating report on biodiversity loss, showing the threat from humanity to the rest of life on earth, and as countries puzzle over how to meet their international carbon targets and respond to declarations of climate emergency, the small Central American nation of Costa Rica has leapt ahead.
In 2007, the President, Oscar Arias Sanchez, announced that his country would mark the bicentenary of its independence from Spain in 2021 by going carbon neutral,and it has […]
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