San Diego
Science Educators
Association

Rainforest Conservation

& Ecotourism in Costa Rica

featured

Jheudy Carballo

Those attending our "Dinner With An Expert" presentation on February 21, 2012 leaned how early exploitation of the natural resources of Costa Rica has been reversed. Now, with emphasis on the conservation of the highly diverse flora and fauna, for use in ecotourism, Costa Rica has become a major destination for those interested in the biological and earth sciences.

Ecotourism dollars have helped promote conservation of endangered species, and scientific research, while wise use of the Costa Rican environment has expanded job opportunities all over the country, and led to a thriving democracy with improving social conditions.

Mr. Carballo, proved an informative, interesting, and fun guide to the ecological success story that is Costa Rica.

Contact us: SDSEA President Steve Rodecker; Webmasters Brendan Casey and Chuck Abel
© 2015 San Diego Science Educators Association
SDSEA is an associated group of the National Science Teachers Association and an affiliate of the California Science Teachers Association.
Powered by Wild Apricot. Try our all-in-one platform for easy membership management