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Tiny Costa Rica has a Green New Deal, too. It matters for the whole planet.
by Somini Sengupta and Alexander Villegas
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12 March 2019
On 12 March 2019 The New York Times reported:
Costa Rica, population 5 million, wants to wean itself from fossil fuels by 2050, and the chief evangelist of the idea is a 38-year-old urban planner named Claudia Dobles who also happens to be the First Lady. ... The country has doubled its forest cover in the last 30 years, after decades of deforestation, so that half of its land surface is now covered with trees.
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