Ecosistema/Biodiversidad, Investigaciones/Desastres, Special Projects

Dominican Republic dazzles with La luz brillante

Lee en español

Like in a fairy’s tale, the Dominican wasp slept in the specimen archive of the Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History, until it was awakened and described by the Brazilian entomologist Bernardo Santos. Sigue leyendo “Dominican Republic dazzles with La luz brillante”

Special Projects, Sustainable Suits

SUMASA’s 5th Annual Sustainability Symposium

In an indoor Roman theater, the M.S. Sustainability Management Student Association of Columbia University (SUMASA) hosted a full house event at Casa Italiana during its annual sustainability symposium, for fifth consecutive year. Sigue leyendo “SUMASA’s 5th Annual Sustainability Symposium”

Ecosistema/Biodiversidad, Sustainable Suits, tendencias

Central Park Summer

Specialists from United States, Australia and Canada quoted by The New Yorker recently realized the power trees have to calm us down and take us out of our miserable anxiety. Sigue leyendo “Central Park Summer”

Special Projects

Branding natural values

Costa Rica has always been sold properly based on its attributes. In 2011, it was considered the best country brand in Latin America by Future Brand according to Swiss Travel.

With no additional ingredients, this nation has organized and invested in preparing small but significant sites with the only renewable value they have for plenty: nature.

This is an example to follow and a to learn that our desire to increase economy in an exponential manner can be a waste in a long term projection plan. Lets think strategically. Small and efficient can do the trick!