Part documentary, part sound-collage, this edition of Sprouts explores Costa Rica, considered one of the “greenest” countries in the world, and its national efforts to conserve natural resources, protect nature, and promote biodiversity.

In this unique combination of radio documentary and sound-collage, a team of young producers takes you to the rainforests of Costa Rica, where you will explore stories about Costa Rica’s diverse range of interactions between people and nature, from scientific research to ecotourism and agriculture. Delve into the complex human ecology that supports Costa Rica’s culture of conservation: a combination of financial sustainability, scientific research, ecological diversity, and a deep cultural appreciation of nature. Listen to stories of the Costa Rican people as they discuss their personal relationship to the forests.

 

ON Sprouts | June 26, 2014 | 12:00 pm

Pura Vida, Costa Rica’s Culture of Conservation

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Part documentary, part sound-collage, this edition of Sprouts explores Costa Rica, considered one of the “greenest” countries in the world, and its national efforts to conserve natural resources, protect nature, and promote biodiversity.

In this unique combination of radio documentary and sound-collage, a team of young producers takes you to the rainforests of Costa Rica, where you will explore stories about Costa Rica’s diverse range of interactions between people and nature, from scientific research to ecotourism and agriculture. Delve into the complex human ecology that supports Costa Rica’s culture of conservation: a combination of financial sustainability, scientific research, ecological diversity, and a deep cultural appreciation of nature. Listen to stories of the Costa Rican people as they discuss their personal relationship to the forests.

 

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