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University of Costa Rica takes tree protection decision

first_imgRelated posts:New venomous snake species discovered in Costa Rica Costa Rica still a conservative society, survey finds US Dollar price up 2 colones in last week Even before a pending resolution by the courts comes to a resolution, the University of Costa Rica (UCR) has decided to a change of plans and protect some trees.The new dentistry building project obliged the UCR to cut 30 more trees besides another 90 that were removed the previous year.The Sala IV has a pending resolution to determine the future of the remaining 30 trees in the area known as the sports facilities (Finca 3). Instead of waiting for a court decision, the University’s Office of Investment Program took the decision of changing the building plans.The plan for logging has received quite some criticism. An anti-logging group also raised three resources in the National Environmental Technical Secretariat (SETENA). However, in all cases it was ruled in favor of the University. The only correction that was requested was to specify the change at the entrance to the building.By negotiating with the construction company, an agreement to maintain the same cost and term was made. Within the changes that were made was to reduce the amount of parking and to compensate them with parking for bicycles.To compensate for the cut plants, the UCR put forward a plan of reforestation (three for each one that retired). To date 150 have been planted and the University is preparing for another 150 more. Facebook Commentslast_img read more

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first_img Your browser does not support the audio element. Arizona Cardinals team president Michael Bidwill watches practice and stays busy on the phone during an NFL football training camp work out, Monday, Aug. 3, 2015, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin) The Arizona Cardinals offered a solution and opened their practice facility to the Wildcats.“It was an easy decision,” team president Michael Bidwill said to Off The Edge’s Bertrand Berry on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM. “A phone call came in yesterday afternoon: ‘Would it even be a possibility?’ It was absolutely a possibility and we were going to make it happen. A bunch of our staff, people that you don’t see on TV, people behind the scenes who make stuff happen like Andy Levy, who is out there painting the field right now. And (VP of marketing) Lisa Manning and (VP of security) Rick Knight and (senior director of player development) Anthony Edwards, the trainers have cleared out their area. (Equipment manager) Mark Ahlemeier and their group have cleared out … the locker room. We’ve given all-access to the training facility so that they can use it the next two days.” It’s been a challenging week for the Arizona Wildcats beyond the football field.The team was shocked by the passing of offensive lineman Zach Hemmila, who died in his sleep on Monday, but has been unable to use football as an outlet for mourning. Rainy weather in Tucson made the Wildcats’ practice field unusable.For both reasons, it made sense for Arizona to take a trip north, where the football team will help celebrate the life of Hemmila, a Chandler, Ariz., native, while continuing their preparation for the season. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Top Stories The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelocenter_img Yes it is. #FootballIsFamily #ThankYouCardinals pic.twitter.com/WflSzMQLMy — Arizona Football (@ArizonaFBall) August 10, 2016Rich Rodriguez’s program will practice once Wednesday and twice Thursday at the Cardinals’ practice facility in Tempe.The Wildcats plan to attend a viewing of Hemmila on Thursday and return to Tucson for a Friday morning practice, then head to services for their teammate.“The Cardinals have been really gracious,” Rodriguez told the Tucson media on Wednesday. “It’s really fortunate and it’s probably good that we stay busy, driving up there, have some meetings, have practice.“I told the team, this isn’t in the coaching manual,” the UA coach added. “We’ll figure it out together.” Comments   Share   Incredibly difficult week for UofA football but happy to welcome them to @AZCardinals facility @ArizonaFBall pic.twitter.com/mVxN7odugI— Mark Dalton (@CardsMarkD) August 10, 2016 Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires LISTEN: Michael Bidwill – Cardinals Owner and President last_img read more

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