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Costa Rica - Model for Linking Tourism & Conservation
Costa Rica - Model for Linking Tourism & Conservation
Costa Rica represents a most remarkable model for the linking of tourism and conservation. Costa Rica enjoys 5% of the world's biological diversity on less than 1% of the world's land area. Rapid deforestation in the 1970s led to a bold decision to set a goal of protecting 25% of the country's land over 10 years. Today 126 protected ...
  • Rhinoceros Beetle (Megasoma elephas), Nationalpark Tortuguero, Costa Rica
  • Boat-billed Heron (Cochlearius cochlearius), Nationalpark Tortuguero, Costa Rica
  • Linking Tourism & Conservation, Nationalpark Tortuguero, Costa Rica
  • Linking Tourism & Conservation, Nationalpark Tortuguero, Costa Rica
  • Linking Tourism & Conservation, Nationalpark Tortuguero, Costa Rica
  • Strawberry Poison Dart Frog (Dendrobates pumilio), Nationalpark Tortuguero, Costa Rica
  • Linking Tourism & Conservation, Nationalpark Tortuguero, Costa Rica
  • Linking Tourism & Conservation, Nationalpark Tortuguero, Costa Rica
  • National Park Tortuguero, Costa Rica
  • Linking Tourism & Conservation, Nationalpark Tortuguero, Costa Rica
  • Linking Tourism & Conservation, Nationalpark Tortuguero, Costa Rica
  • Linking Tourism & Conservation, Nationalpark Tortuguero, Costa Rica
  • Northern Jacana (Jacana spinosa), Nationalpark Tortuguero, Costa Rica
  • Red-winged Grasshopper (Arphia pseudonietana), Nationalpark Tortuguero, Costa Rica 08
  • Mantled Howler (Alouatta palliata), National Park Tortuguero, Costa Rica
  • Nationalpark Manuel Antonion, Costa Rica
  • White-headed Capuchin (Cebus capucinus), Nationalpark Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica 08,
  • Postman Butterfly (Heliconius melpomene), Nationalpark Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica
  • Helicornia, Costa Rica
  • Costa Rica, Linking Tourism & Conservation,
  • Costa Rica, Linking Tourism & Conservation,