'Nature Is Always Speaking': Proposed Dams Threaten Indigenous People and Wildlife in Central America
More than 400 dams are currently proposed for Central America's rivers, but thanks largely to a feisty indigenous resistance—as well as a non-profit—they are still yet to be built.
Half of Costa Rica's Regrown Forests Are Gone Within Two Decades
Secondary forests are vital parts of the ecosystem, but in Costa Rica many of them are re-cleared before achieving old-growth levels of biodiversity.
Viewfinder: Polling Stations Open for Costa Rica's Presidential Election
Valeria Gonzalez, 19, votes for the first time, at the Porfiro Brenes school in Moravia, San Jose, on February 4th, 2018.
How a Small Town in Costa Rica Is Defining Conservation for Central America
Beginning with Quakers arriving in the 1950s, Monteverde has become a distinct conservation community in Central America.