Costa Rica to step up carbon-neutral coffee production
Ronald Reyes Sevilla/The Tico Times
Coffee fans will soon have another reason to buy Costa Rican brews. On Tuesday, officials from the Environment Ministry (MINAE) announced a new goal to convert 25,000 hectares of coffee plantations to carbon-efficient farms.
The new plan comes after the U.K. and German governments pledged €7 million ($7.4 million) to expand Costa Rica’s existing program of Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action farms, or NAMAs. The deal comes in the midst of the COP21 climate change talks taking place in Paris through Dec. 11.
Why is m2 value indicator wrong on Costa Rica real estate websites?
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When you are ready to put your Costa Rica real estate up for sale, you have various options to market your property. But before you do so, wouldn’t you really like to find out what the value of your property is? How do you find out?
You might call a few real estate agents in your area, or you can check out the comparable properties in the market, to find out the value of yours. A comparative market analysis (CMA) is an evaluation of similar, recently sold properties (called comparables), which are properties of similar size, condition, age, and style that recently sold in a certain neighborhood.