Costa Rica: Coastal planning, port cities and natural resources

Costa Rica: planificación costera, ciudades portuarias y recursos naturales Costa Rica limita con dos cuerpos de…

PROCIP: Decade One

The Integral Research Program for the Development of Port Cities (acronym in Spanish as PROCIP) celebrates…

Customs building of Puntarenas, Costa Rica

In 1814, Spain Crown decreed that the Port of Puntarenas was enabled (Zeledón 2017), with the…

Puntarenas: re-thinking the port city

For more than a decade, I have dedicated myself to the study of port cities and,…

INCOP: Port and city thanks to a law

The Costa Rican Institute of Pacific Ports (called in Spanish as INCOP), recently enrolled to RETE,…

PROCIP: Methodological experiences for the scientific approach to the port city

When the PROCIP began to organize the maritime-port symposia in 2009, we took note on the…

Limón and the hope in ports

The city of Limon is subject to various interpretations: a natural paradise made up of green…

Costa Rica and Panama: appreciations around port city concept

Puntarenas People interested in the study of the port-cities with recently visits into Central America, particularly…

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