98 percent Costa Ricans believe in climate change, says UN survey

Tico Times: Nearly every single Costa Rican surveyed by the United Nations Development Program said they agreed the climate is changing, and more than 90 percent said that humans are at least partially responsible. The survey results released Monday also showed that Costa Ricans would be willing to pay more to reduce their impact on the planet. (See a PDF of the survey in Spanish here) Costa Rica’s reputation as a “green” country is well established. The country made a name for itself in the eco-tourism field......

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