Tag Archives: TEC de Monterrey

RED Travel México and students from Tec de Monterrey combat climate change and desertification through participatory travel

This September, RED launched a pilot program bringing students from one of Mexico’s top universities, the Tec de Monterrey, for a hands-on course on climate change, water and desertification, and other important issues. What makes this course different is that the students didn’t just come to learn; they came to make an impact, both here […]

Academic Trip with the Tec de Monterrey to Magdalena Bay

During the first 2013 semester, the Community-based Environmental Leadership Program “@migos de la naturaleza” (Friends of Nature”) promoted the first edition of the “Conservation and Community Based Environmental Monitoring Workshop” with the objective of exploring the conservation threats and natural resources usage in Magdalena Bay, Baja California Sur. Incorporating the vision of NGO’s, local actors […]

Tec de Monterrey students travel to Magdalena Bay

In March, RED partnered with the Monterrey Institute of Higher Education and Technology (Tec de Monterrey) to deliver a field seminar on sustainable development and natural resource management. RED invited colleagues from various sectors of the conservation community to participate in this 5 day course at our camp in Magdalena Bay. We all learned a […]