Cuba is in a transition, but a transition to what? Listen to Rafael J. Betancourt talk about the inner infrastructure, advances, and inefficiencies of the Cuban economy. Dr. Betancourt, a professor at San Gerónimo University College of Havana, University of Havana, Cuba, was visiting Costa Rica for the Academy of Social and Solidarity Economy Conference … Continued
There is a need to disseminate information about Monteverde, which is considered to be the vanguard of the sustainability movement in Costa Rica. With the help of four CIEE interns MFM produced a 6 piece mini series about local issues in the Monteverde zone. These students were dedicated to public interest communications for the enhancement … Continued
Listen to Beni talk to teens during Sunday school. He thoughtfully fielded an array of questions from sleeping up in trees to bringing dishes to 1st Sunday community potluck. Benito also talks about how the Monteverde Friends school and meeting has grown and changed over his time here. Questions Have you ever lived outside of … Continued
Have you ever wondered what it is like to live in the beautiful Himalayan Mountains? Listen to Dr. Singleton as he shares his year long sabbatical journey with his family in India. This presentation was given at the Monteverde Institute, in English, on June 8, 2016.
Community is something many seek and desire, but what does building and maintaining a community look like? The idea of community is simple, as a practice more complex. Like many things, what is worthy takes continuing effort, refining, reevaluation, compassion, acceptance and much more. Listen to Lucky Guindon and Sue Trostle talk about Monteverde’s roots- … Continued
“This man is America’s best hope for near-term climate action. He’s a Republican.” – The Slate. Bob Inglis served for 12 years as a US congressman from South Carolina. In 2010, he lost his bid for re-election after telling a radio host the he believed humans were contributing to climate change. You can also see … Continued
Listen to four friends talk about their journey through Latin America as they raise awareness on the lack of potable water in many areas. To learn more about their project please visit, www.thewatervanproject.org. Talk recorded in Spanish at the Monteverde Institute on June 7, 2016.
Our mission is to #SeaShippingChange. We will offer an alternative by building a traditional tallship to transport eco-ethical freight, without emissions. Our vision is to inspire change by creating a financially successful, combustion-free cargo sailing line that meets the ecological & economical requirements of our modern world. The project to build Ceiba – a … Continued
Sostenibilidad y el Medio Ambiente Sustainability and the Environment Conservation and Sustainability Internship Symposium
Concert on May 20, 2016 Friends Meeting House