Sustainable Aquaculture

Submitted by Hanna Stoner
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October 10, 2017 - 01: 54 PM

 Solutions to environmental concerns of various aquaculture practicies

 

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sustainable, Mangroves, conservation, Environment, fish ponds, aquaculture, fisheries, antibiotics

Aquaculture in the Philippines (Part 2)

Submitted by Hanna Stoner
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September 14, 2017 - 01: 30 PM

How fisheries can negatively impact local communities

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philippines, Environment, fish ponds, aquaculture, fisheries, local, human rights, commuity

Aquaculture in the Philippines (Part 1)

Submitted by Hanna Stoner
on
September 12, 2017 - 09: 32 AM

 

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Environment, Ecology, fish ponds, aquaculture, fisheries

Aquaculture and the Environment

Submitted by Hanna Stoner
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September 07, 2017 - 07: 42 PM

How fisheries impact the environment. 

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Protecting Mangroves Can Help End the Cycle of Poverty

Submitted by Hanna Stoner
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September 01, 2017 - 09: 00 AM

How protecting mangroves can help mitigate and prevent further poverty from occurring

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help, philippines, Mangroves, protection, ecosystems, property rights, Poverty, land

Threats to Mangroves in the Philippines

Submitted by Hanna Stoner
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August 28, 2017 - 12: 14 PM

 Discussion of some of the threats to mangroves in the Philippines, and how to help. 

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Mangroves, Environment, illegal, deforestation, fish ponds

Ecological Value of Mangroves in the Philippines

Submitted by Hanna S
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August 22, 2017 - 07: 16 PM

How mangroves are ecologically valuable, threats they are facing and how you can help!

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help, Mangroves, nature, conservation, trees, plants, animals, fish, Environment

The Mighty Mangrove

Submitted by Hanna S
on
August 22, 2017 - 06: 31 PM

How Mangroves are able to survive in harsh conditions and other interesting tidbits

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farming, Mangroves, nature, conservation, oceans, marine life, Environment, Ecology, water, roots

Jungle Styled Architecture

Submitted by Tito Young
on
July 19, 2017 - 09: 06 PM

A 2015 master plan for the Village Kuyaoyao includes a new library and dock.  I have always felt the need for a three room building, which gives prominence and promise to inhabitants of Kuyaoyao, so much so, I formally made a proposal for it as early as 2013.  A lot of work in building this non-profit needed to happen, including the development of team members, synchronizing volunteers with tasks, and best of all securing the ability to have an installation of a mobile water filtration system for the Fall of 2017.  We have combed over visualizing the existing grounds of Kuyaoyao with newly drawn digital maps that are planned on verification with local sources.  We have communicated with local government on the methods it would be built.  Both Director Alfonso Galarpe and Chairman of the Board Caesar Ingente Ocreto of Enhance A Village's team agree with this motion but are concentrating on fund raising for the water.   There are a lot of hurdles, but I felt the mention of such a structure, even having been considered, is a great honor.          

Off hand, I would think such a building would require delivery by boat, hence the dock.  It would probably be assembled on the land itself.   In thinking conceptually, what kind of building should go here? Jungle, 3 rooms...  Let's analyze. 

 


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Tito Young Blog, research, philippines, jungle, rural architecture, boy, hut architecture, kuyaoyao

The Internet of Things; Even in Rural Farms

Submitted by Tito Young
on
June 13, 2017 - 09: 07 PM

 

What is the Internet of things?
The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to the ever-growing network of physical objects that feature an IP address for internet connectivity, and the communication that occurs between these objects and other Internet-enabled devices and systems.

This means that the Internet of Things (IoT) is a system of interrelated computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, objects, animals or people that are provided with unique identifiers and the ability to transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction.

 

It all, starts with a need.  IOT, sensors, used for information collection, from Automation, to handling Energy and Multimedia, and a robust Privacy and safefy all which can be pointed to a solid Communication LTE infratructure.  In-memory handling of these aspects control the variables of each of these nuances.  Artificual intelligence can the communicate with the user and expected needs.  

 

It then has the interconnecting hardware. Finally, the relationships of need to hardward needs to be able to be adjust, tabulated all on a dashboard. The dashboard doesn't have to be on a computer or any smartphone, it can live on wearable devices from just about anyplace on earth.   Complete with ways to view updated data, manners in which to allow automated controls, these devices come in a variety of controllers.   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 


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