A few days ago I was having a chat in a Facebook Group with this fellow who we are going to call Pete. The subject was the tax on luxury properties in Costa Rica, and something interesting happened.
Let's start with the tax itself. On November 2008,
Costa Rican waters are home to a wide range of sharks. Among these, we find species like the hammerhead, thresher, bull, nurse, tiger, white tip-reef, Galapagos, silky, and whale shark. They make up the top of the ocean's food chain, control population numbers of the
Achieving a balance between mobility and environmental conservation is one of the main challenges for modern society, especially for countries like Costa Rica that seek to achieve carbon neutrality in the medium term and whose history places it as one of the pioneer countries in
Tamarindo is located in the province of Guanacaste, in the northwest Pacific coast of Costa Rica and is the 9th district of the Santa Cruz canton. Tamarindo, an old fishing town, is currently one of the most developed tourist areas in Costa Rica. Its geographical
Costa Rica became the first Central American country to be awarded funds by the Green Climate Fund (GCF), due to its reduction of greenhouse gas emissions (GHG), associated with deforestation in the 2014 - 2015 period.
The $54.1 million award will be given to Costa Rica