The night sky in Valle Chacabuco is breathtaking — there is no light pollution, and on a clear night with a new moon the sky flickers with stars.
Here at Maps for Good we are excited about a lot of things. We are particularly excited about two things right now: #1 We have JUST GONE LIVE with our […]
Yesterday our three students – Jeff, Abbey, and Rachel – presented their internship projects at the CIEE final symposium. They did a great job and we are proud to be […]
Hello all, We recently learned how to make goat cheese and tortillas. We had a lot of fun learning how to make them from scratch and we want to share […]
We’ve found that one of most useful methods for learning and teaching cartography is through map critiques. Common in virtually all the arts, critiques give artists the chance to share […]
Time has flown and we are already one full week into the mapping projects. We started on Monday by teaching our three interns how to use a GPS and make […]
We had an awesome first day of mapping projects today here in Monteverde. Our three students will be working hard for the next four weeks to collect geospatial data and […]