Director

Berny Sanchez: He graduated Bachelor’s degree in Agronomy at the University of Costa Rica, Master’s degree in Finance and Banking and Master’s degree in International Businesses at the same institution. For some years during College he was a National Parks Volunteer. Afterwards, he worked several years in San Francisco, California, place where he learned what the concept of Carbon Neutrality meant, and because of that, he has been working as a Carbon Neutrality adviser since then.
A passionate for technology, IoT (internet of things), and open software enthusiast, he lives his life by the DIY philosophy (that means “DO IT YOURSELF”); spends most of his time blending technologies, drawing assisted by computer, validating radical applicable ideas, but mostly, combining them with his biggest passion: Environmental conservation. He thinks all other species on Earth are our brothers but since they lack a human voice, their needs are constantly disrespected. Because of that, he believes humans need to raise their voice for the voiceless regarding living space, right to live and thrive, and to feed properly. In order to accomplish that, turning back to nature must be prioritized. In his words, we as human race need to make the leap from human to humane, or face a very difficult future as earthlings. When somebody needs help, that person turns to others, and those others happen to be, scientifically proved, the plants, animals, insects, fungi, bacteria, etc, sharing the Earth with us.

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Be like water: Adapt, embrace your surroundings

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What are we without Mother Nature?

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All the money in the World can’t buy life

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EVERYTHING we eat comes from here. How deeply wrong we are about our World.

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How everyday technology can solve the simplest issues in today’s agriculture

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How many things we still don’t understand?

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Water is life. The blood in the veins of Mother Nature. Poisoning water is poisoning life