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Ban Ki-moon, left, president of the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) and former UN secretary general, shakes hands with Costa Rican President Carlos Alvarado Quesada, right, on Monday at the institute’s headquarters in Jung District, central Seoul, after Costa Rica signed an agreement with the GGGI to boost Costa Rica's green growth plan. Costa Rica will establish a GGGI regional office to coordinate efforts on fighting climate change in the Central American region. The location and detailed schedule have not yet been decided, the institute said. The tropical nation aims to go carbon neutral by 2050, and its long-term plan includes investment in zero-emission vehicles, renewable energy and reforestation. [NEWS1]

Ban Ki-moon, left, president of the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) and former UN secretary general, shakes hands with Costa Rican President Carlos Alvarado Quesada, right, on Monday at the institute’s headquarters in Jung District, central Seoul, after Costa Rica signed an agreement with the GGGI to boost Costa Rica's green growth plan. Costa Rica will establish a GGGI regional office to coordinate efforts on fighting climate change in the Central American region. The location and detailed schedule have not yet been decided, the institute said. The tropical nation aims to go carbon neutral by 2050, and its long-term plan includes investment in zero-emission vehicles, renewable energy and reforestation. [NEWS1]

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