Do you ever wonder how much plastic there really is in the Ocean? Well we traveled to the Southwest of the Dominican Republic, to show you the dire conditions in a local fishing community.
So as we continue on our journey to fund our research, I wanted to share with you an Interview we did a few years ago with Dr. Ruben Torres Executive Director of Reef Check DR. As people become more aware of the Blue Economy and its potential for sustainable ventures they are curious to see if these […]
It’s a tough cookie trying to predict if a team will ever make it to funding their research before they have to part ways. So it is best to show appreciation to the team you have now.
So we hear a lot about International Organizations who are working on the development of coastal communities; however, we keep seeing redundancy in their models for sustainability with no avail. What does this mean? Well, they keep trying to teach an old fisherman how to fish in a sustainable matter, yet once the program is […]
Lending a helping hand to those less fortunate is always a popular topic this time of year. But how can we support marginalized communities in a way that allows them to thrive all year aroun… Source: Sustainable Development: How Can We Make a Difference?
At Ambrosia we feel that people should be able to use all of their senses to enhance their learning. This means adjusting your learning style to what best suits your dominant sense. We are attemtping to create a media rich experience that everyone can enjoy; but we just haven’t quite, figured it out yet. In […]
How fast is your internet? Have you ever checked around with other companies to compare their data plans? Does your home have wifi? If so, you represent the minority. In fact, out of every 100 households in LDCs (least developed countries), only seven have steady internet access. It should come as no surprise that the […]
Lending a helping hand to those less fortunate is always a popular topic this time of year. But how can we support marginalized communities in a way that allows them to thrive all year around? International economic development is a fabulous sector that aims to do grassroots work alongside vulnerable populations, but many of […]
Human civilization has never been static. The constant pursuit of economic, technological, physiological, and cultural progress has drastically changed the landscape of our planet. Nevertheless, the modern and globalized society we recognize today has a distinct beginning in the early 1800s with the Industrial Revolution. By harnessing the energy produced from the combustion of fossil […]
En el 2015 se registraron unos 3,612,964 vehículos en la capital de Santo Domingo – De acuerdo a la Oficina Nacional de Estadísticas (ONE) un 42.4% (1,517,444) se encuentran en el Distrito Nacional. El problema es que la población del mismo es solo 1,015,150 personas. De acuerdo al COP21 de Paris recientemente aprobado, los países de […]