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The National Center for High Technology (CeNAT) – El Centro Nacional de Alta Tecnología is an important education partner of Greenleaf Education Costa Rica.

Established in 1999, CeNAT is a specialized body, which promotes – through high-technology – spaces for linkages between academia, government and the productive sectors of Costa Rica in different fields of high technology, for research, innovation and entrepreneurship. CeNAT supports efforts conducted by public university centers, private and governmental projects in order to maximize development of national competencies in the areas of environmental management; materials science and engineering; biotechnology and advanced computing.

Environmental Management (Gestion Ambientál) is the area of CeNAT that works in collaboration with universities, CONARE, the government and the private sector, in order to articulate actions for the protection of the environment. Gestion Ambientál focuses on the following topics:

  • To promote research that stimulates the use of clean and environmentally-friendly technologies
  • To educate on the application of technological tools as fundamentals for studies and actions in favor of the environment
  • To assess the productive sector in the search for sustainable alternatives for their processes
  • To support policies that strengthen the environmental governance and laws of Costa Rica

Greenleaf Education Costa Rica is proud to partner with CeNAT in its goal of linking research, innovation and entrepreneurship in high technology to facilitate the welfare and sustainable development of the people of Costa Rica.