Costa Rica wants to be carbon neutral by 2021.
Here is some of the progress being made (VIDEO)
August 28th, 2015 via ICR News
In 2007, Costa Rica pledged to go 100% carbon neutral by 2021.
Eight years later a handful of other countries have joined this pledge, but none with the ambitious timeline that Costa Rica—a country rich in hydroelectric and geothermal power sources—aims to meet. If it reaches this target, it will likely be the first country in the world to officially achieve carbon neutrality. So far 2015 has been a promising year in this pursuit.
Learn about some of the progress being made in this video report, courtesy of Fusion.
This article first appeared on August 28, 2015 on ICR News.
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