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Costa Rica in 2080 Will See Green Landscapes Disappear

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QCOSTARICA – Costa Rica in 2080 will see green landscapes disappear. That is the effect climate change may have on Costa Rica, in particular in Guanacaste and the Northern Zone.

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Santa Rasa in 2080?
Santa Rasa in 2080?

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The images were recently presented by Alice Shackelford, representative of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) – Costa Rica, the United Nations’ global network advocating for change and connecting countries to knowledge.

Bagaces (Guanacaste) today
Bagaces (Guanacaste) today

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Bagaces (Guanacaste) in 2080?

The UNDP estimates that by 2080, the amount of annual rainfall in Guanacaste will decrease by 65% ​​compared to the current figure.

The national weather service, the National Meteorological Institute (IMN), considers that the images presented for the province of Guanacaste have a projected expected scenario, but in the case of San Carlos (Northern Zone), the situation would not be so severe.

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Arenal today

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Arenal in 2080?

Luis Fernando Alvarado, a researcher in the department of climatology at the IMN, explained that for Guanacaste we anticipate a severe drought, but, no such effect will be experienced elsewhere in the country.

“The situation in the overall of the country could not reach such an extreme,” he said

Source: Crhoy.com

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