Nature-positive urban pilot projects on biodiversity in Costa Rica

03/2023 | Report
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Through the Urban Green and Biodiverse Fund, three pilot projects are being implemented within the Great Metropolitan Area, where 60% of the Costa Rican population lives in about 4% of its territory. The aim of the projects is to demonstrate the benefits of the sustainably use of biodiversity in urban areas and to promote replication and upscaling across the country.

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