Trash Scientists 2018

Trash Scientists 2018 The program ‘Trash Scientists’ also known as RECIBA is a multinational project aimed at studying contamination of the entire Pacific Coast of Latin America. The project is run by the Catholic University of Northern Chile and it is focused on the management of pollution in the Pacific Ocean and coastal communities. The […]
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Connect Ocean Partnership

Connect Ocean Partnership In 2018, we launched a new collaboration with Connect Ocean, a business with an emphasis on scuba diving, lifeguard and swimming training, environmental education, and marine life research. A key part of their work is supporting local NGO´s and communities, and finding innovative ways to share their programs with local children. As […]
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Environmental Fair, Santa Cruz

Environmental Fair, Santa Cruz On Friday June 8, Futuro Brillante participated in the first Environmental Fair for Recycling and Trees in Santa Cruz with other public and private institutions. More than 150 people were in attendance at this important event, where different groups promoted awareness of conserving the environment, gave out prizes and educational materials, […]
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Reforestation Campaigns

Reforestation Campaigns On June 15, Arbor Day, we coordinated a reforestation campaign with volunteers from the ASADA, KUEMAR (a volunteer organization focused on marine turtle conservation and research), and Rustic Pathways (a volunteer organization that completes building projects around the world). We planted trees at the community’s wells and throughout Matapalo. We planted 50 native […]
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Congo Market, Monkey Park

Congo Market, Monkey Park On June 16, Futuro Brillante participated in the first ever Congo Market at the wildlife rescue and rehabilitation center, Monkey Park, located in Portegolpe, Guanacaste. Other event participants included artists, local businesses and other groups seeking to share their environmental projects, artisan ware, cuisine, textiles, etc. At FB´s stand, we shared […]
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