Sustainability in Costa Rica

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There is a growing movement among the four million+ Costa Ricans to become a sustainable country promoting and integrating sustainability principles and practices from all perspectives - social, cultural, political, environmental, and economic. EarthSayers.tv brings to the fore the teachers, business and civic leaders, community developers, experts, and citizens from all walks of life who are working to make Costa Rica a sustainable country.

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El Puente - The Bridge: Helping People Help Themselves: Barry Stevens

Barry Stevens talks about the program he and his wife, Nanci Wright co-founded called El Puente - The Bridge in Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica. They offer educational assistance, food, and microloans mainly to indigenous people in Costa Rica.

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The School Program assists families with educational expenses for young children. The Food Program provides a gathering place, healthy meals, and additional support on Tuesday, Thursday, and SaturdayThe Microloan Program provides small loans from $20--$400, with approaches that have been helping people out of poverty globally since 1987.

EarthSayers Barry Stevens; Nanci Wright

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