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From optimizing habitats for fisheries to water and energy security, San Carlos is diving in and tackling sustainability challenges head on.

Water is a precious resource, so by preventing waste, the city can protect its marine environment and help its fisheries thrive into the future. A Fish Forever campaign highlights the industry’s economic importance to the city in the long-term while a bioethanol plant produces 10% of the country’s petroleum needs annually – great for energy security.

Water is a precious resource, so by preventing waste, the city can protect its marine environment and help its fisheries thrive into the future. A Fish Forever campaign highlights the industry’s economic importance to the city in the long-term while a bioethanol plant produces 10% of the country’s petroleum needs annually – great for energy security.

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