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El Bienestar Común

Or how Puerto Rico is taking care of itself

The world’s oceans have historically been seen by humans as a resource to be exploited rather than as the awesome, mysterious force from which all of terrestrial life was birthed some 3.5 billion years ago. But this perception is much more nuanced for island or coastal territories whose fate and prosperity are inextricably tied to the fickle bounty of the bodies of water that woo them.
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Isabelle Swiderski founded her design-for-impact agency Seven25 in 2007 to help values-driven organizations leverage the power of design. Marrying an MBA and MA in Design, Isabelle facilitates systems change and social justice and innovation work in partnership with NGOs, universities, governments, entrepreneurs, and ecosystem builders globally. She also serves as ... Read more

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