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Costa Rica has doubled its forest cover in the last 30 years

Costa Rica has doubled its forest cover in the last 30 years | ECO EVOLUTION TODAY | Scoop.it
Long committed to the environment, Costa Rica has often been praised for making inroads on sustainability, biodiversity and other protections. The most recent headline is that Costa Rica plans to get rid of fossil fuels by 2050.
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Costa Rica poised to become world's first fossil fuel-free country

Costa Rica poised to become world's first fossil fuel-free country | ECO EVOLUTION TODAY | Scoop.it
While the Central American country of Costa Rica is the king of clean electricity, it has some serious work to do when it comes to transportation.
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Costa Rica poised to become world's first fossil fuel-free country

Costa Rica poised to become world's first fossil fuel-free country | ECO EVOLUTION TODAY | Scoop.it
President Carlos Alvarado is dedicated to leading his already progressive country into an even cleaner and greener future. (Photo: Ezequiel Becerra/AFP/Getty Images)
And for this, Costa Rica, a country of 5 million, deserves all the accolades thrown at it. But abolishing fossil fuels in just three short years isn't as effortless as it might appear when you consider the one area in which the ultra-progressive country isn't light-years ahead: transportation.
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