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Environmental Social Media

Follow Eco Preservation Society on FaceBook and Twitter 
Videos and Articles on Costa Rica Eco Travel
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Eco Preservation Society is #1 in Environmental Social MediaEco Preservation Society is #1 in Environmental Social Media

By Kevin Peterson

The Eco Preservation Society, one of the true pioneers in the field of Environmental Social Media,has recently achieved #1 page rank in Google Search for the term Environmental Social Media . In fact (at the time of this writing) the Eco Preservation Society enjoys the top three ranked positions for Environmental Social Media 

Ranked #1 is the Eco Preservation Society'sEnvironmental social media portal page.

Eco Preservation Society has a diverse Environemental Social Media PresenceEco Preservation Society has a diverse Environemental Social Media PresenceRanked #2 is a recent article written by Eco Preservation Society president, Kevin Peterson: The Dummies Guide to Climate Science.

Ranked #3 is the link the the Eco Preservation Society's Environmental Social Media The Eco Preservation Society has the only Environmental Social Media Intership Program (Check back in 2011 for updates)

The Eco Preservation Society has long been recognized as among the most influential voices inEnvironmental Social Media has three of the top twenty most influential on ranking on WeFollow.com (#2, #13 &19)

In October 2007, the Eco Preservation Society launched the first Environmental Social Media campaign, the Replanting the Rainforests Earth Day Campaign.

According to Klout.com (@Klout), @EcoInteractive gets retweeted by so many people that their content touches nearly every network and @ecointeractive creates a tidal wave of responses, conversations and retweets with each update.

Eco Preservation Society founder, Kevin Peterson, was listed in the Top 100 Most Influential in social media Fast Company's Influence Project 

Eco Preservation Society environmental social media presence can be found on FaceBook

Eco Preservation Society has the largest Environmental Social Media presence on Twitter with more than 350,000 followers on the accounts below and another 150,000 followers on several other accounts:

Environmental Social Media combined with boots on the ground conservation and reforestation projectsEnvironmental Social Media combined with boots on the ground conservation and reforestation projectshttp://twitter.com/#!/EcoInteractive
https://twitter.com/#!/EcoPreservation
http://twitter.com/#!/EcoActions
http://twitter.com/#!/Eco_Costa_Rica
http://twitter.com/#!/EPSClimate
http://twitter.com/#!/Eco_Energy_
http://twitter.com/#!/EcoExploration
http://twitter.com/#!/TheGreenHome
http://twitter.com/#!/Green_Realtors 
http://twitter.com/#!/Carbon_Trade 

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Volunteer in Manuel Antonio National Park - Costa Rica - The most beautiful park in the world.

Volunteer in Manuel Antonio National Park - Costa Rica - The most beautiful park in the world. PDF Print E-mail
Written by Conservation Department   
Tuesday, 08 November 2011 12:41

The Eco Preservation Society's volunteer program in the Manuel National park provides the traveler with a unique vantage to experience what Forbes Magazine listed as one of the most beautiful parks in the world. Manuel Antonio National Park on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica is the crown jewel of Costa Rica’s National park system. Working behind the scenes assisting park rangers, EPS volunteers are exposed to a unique vantage point to experience the wonders of Manuel Antonio in a way that is not possible on a 3 hour visit. Volunteers will be working to create and maintain visitor trails and other park infrastructure, while at the same time experiencing the park in a more intimate way that is only possible with the type of immersion this program provides. Volunteers share meals with park ranger staff in their brand new facility in the heart of the park. Volunteers will have an opportunity to interact and learn from the experienced nature interpreters that know every aspect of this complex and dynamic eco system. 

Volunteers are housed in the historic Zona Americana, constructed during banana republic days when the local economy was dominated by United Fruit Company from 1935 to 1955. The campus like setting featured a stunning vistas, community pool, tennis courts, schools, a movie theater (now a meeting hall) and even a one lane bowling alley.

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Saving Endangered Species in Manuel Antonio Park

 

 

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Manuel Antonio Park Volunteer Experience

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Environmental Social Media: Eco Preservation Society #1

Follow Eco Preservation Society on FaceBook and Twitter 
Videos and Articles on Costa Rica Eco Travel
Plan your Costa Rica Travel Adventure / Volunteer Application Form 
More Environmental Social Medial

Eco Preservation Society is #1 in Environmental Social MediaEco Preservation Society is #1 in Environmental Social Media

By Kevin Peterson

The Eco Preservation Society, one of the true pioneers in the field of Environmental Social Media,has recently achieved #1 page rank in Google Search for the term “Environmental Social Media” . In fact (at the time of this writing) the Eco Preservation Society enjoys the top three ranked positions for Environmental Social Media 

Ranked #1 is the Eco Preservation Society'sEnvironmental social media portal page.

Eco Preservation Society has a diverse Environemental Social Media PresenceEco Preservation Society has a diverse Environemental Social Media PresenceRanked #2 is a recent article written by Eco Preservation Society president, Kevin Peterson: The Dummies Guide to Climate Science.

Ranked #3 is the link the the Eco Preservation Society's Environmental Social Media The Eco Preservation Society has the only Environmental Social Media Intership Program (Check back in 2011 for updates)

The Eco Preservation Society has long been recognized as among the most influential voices inEnvironmental Social Media has three of the top twenty most influential on ranking on WeFollow.com (#2, #13 &19)

In October 2007, the Eco Preservation Society launched the first Environmental Social Media campaign, the Replanting the Rainforests Earth Day Campaign.

According to Klout.com (@Klout), @EcoInteractive gets retweeted by so many people that their content touches nearly every network and @ecointeractive creates a tidal wave of responses, conversations and retweets with each update.

Eco Preservation Society founder, Kevin Peterson, was listed in the Top 100 Most Influential in social media Fast Company's Influence Project 

Eco Preservation Society environmental social media presence can be found on FaceBook

Eco Preservation Society has the largest Environmental Social Media presence on Twitter with more than 350,000 followers on the accounts below and another 150,000 followers on several other accounts:

Environmental Social Media combined with boots on the ground conservation and reforestation projectsEnvironmental Social Media combined with boots on the ground conservation and reforestation projectshttp://twitter.com/#!/EcoInteractive
https://twitter.com/#!/EcoPreservation
http://twitter.com/#!/EcoActions
http://twitter.com/#!/Eco_Costa_Rica
http://twitter.com/#!/EPSClimate
http://twitter.com/#!/Eco_Energy_
http://twitter.com/#!/EcoExploration
http://twitter.com/#!/TheGreenHome
http://twitter.com/#!/Green_Realtors 
http://twitter.com/#!/Carbon_Trade 

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Volunteer Opportunities Overview

Volunteer Opportunities Overview PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 11 April 2009 19:44

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Camaronal National Wildlife Refuge  - Sea Turtle Conservation

Camaronal Wildlife Refuge is part of the Tempisque Conservation Area, on the Guanacaste Coast, on the northern Pacific of Costa Rica.   A haven for surfers and lovers of water sports, Guanacaste boasts some of the most important and productive sea turtle nesting beaches in the entire western hemisphere.  The Camaronal Refuge is only 30 minutes from Playa Sámara.  The refuge was created to protect nesting sites for Leatherback, Kemp's Ridley and Hawksbill sea turtles. The success of the program has resulted in the arrival of thousands of sea turtles to the beaches within the refuge.

Cabo Blanco National Wildlife Refuge - The Absolute Nature Reserve

Conquistadores named this area Cabo Blanco for its pristine white sand beaches and cliffs, however it was a benevolent couple from Sweden - Nicolas Wessberg and Karen Mogensen - who established the Reserva Natural Absoluta Cabo Blanco, preserving forever one of the most pristine marine ecosystems in all of Central America.. Appalled by the first clear-cut in the area in the 1960s, the pioneering couple launched an international appeal to save the forest. Their efforts resulted in the creation of not only the 12-square-km (4½-square-mile) reserve but also to the establishment of Costa Rica's national park service.


Tenorio Volcano National Park - Rio Celeste

Hidden within the cloud forests of Tenorio National Park, is the home of the  magnificent bright blue Rio Celeste.. Tenorio Volcano National Park offers volunteers the opportunity to experience a unique rainforest habitat that is influenced by the Atlantic and Pacific slope of Costa Rica.  This makes it attractive for national and international tourists who have an opportunity to enjoy great scenic beauty as well as forestry and animal species native to the area.

Corcovado National Park

Corcovado National Park was named by National Geographic as the most biologically intense area in the entire world.  Corcovado National Park was designated in 1975 and expanded in 1980.  The conservation area consists of 45,757 hectares of land and 5,375 hectares of sea.  Corcovado is one of the largest protected areas in Costa Rica. The park features a unique set of terrestrial and marine ecosystems as well as one of the last intact tropical rain forest in the world. The abundance of wildlife can be explained in part by the 13 different types of ecosystems.


Manuel Antonio National Park

Forbes Magazine declared that Manuel Antonio National Park one of the most beautiful parks in the world. The park was established in 1972, with an area of 687 hectares on land and 55,000 hectares of protected marine habitat. This region was previously inhabited by aboriginal Quepoa, name given thus Quepos.This park is a Biological Island, in which part of the forest is being regenerated as in the past was extracciónselectiva large timber trees.
Last Updated on Monday, 12 May 2014 21:35
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