DIDART teaches children about the importance of their national cultural and the responsible use of natural resources through alternative methods, such as the use of new technologies and interactive games.
Eco-Vida uses PET post-consumption to design and build writing desks for classrooms in schools from rural areas in Nicaragua. In doing so, Eco-Vida aims to promote sustainability by recycling PET and to increase the access of furniture by low-income communities by substituting wood as its main construction material.
Kiasma seeks to recycle vast amounts of coconut husks by incorporating it into the cooking process of smoked meat, such as chicken, beef, pork, and seafood. This method corresponds to an ancestral culinary tradition employed by the Miskito Indigenous People.