Costa Rica enjoys a privileged location that is home to a variety of microclimates and ecosystems hosting 5-6% of the known species in the world. The country is well-known for its progressive environmental policies and sustainable development.
Costa Rica is interested in continuing addressing primary direct pressures on biodiversity identified in the fourth national report (2009), namely habitat loss, unsustainable overexploitation of natural renewable resources, pollution, and climate change.
Costa Rica’s innovative consultation process: outstanding contribution to the post-2020 GBF
Seascape approach: scaling biodiversity, climate and sustainable development benefits