ARRC blogs innovative ideas and scientific research, helping to bridge the gap between information discovery and implementation of best practices.

October 11, 2018

Social entrepreneurs differ from traditional entrepreneurs in that they focus on using business to address global challenges, such as climate change, poverty, and hunger. We classify these challenges as wicked, complex problems because they are almost impossible to sol...

March 18, 2017

From J. Crew to General Mills, conservation organizations are no longer the only ones concerned with saving the bees-and it has nothing to do with honey! There are over 4,000 bees species in the United States and not one is a native honey bee. So, what is all the buzz...

January 11, 2017

Lets get something cleared up right away. There are no wild big cats in the United States.  Big cats are a specific species of felines classified under the genus Panthera , which include tigers, lion, jaguars and leopards. They are classified under this genus because t...

December 11, 2016

One thing I keep stressing relentlessly is that we are in the middle of society’s digital revolution.  The Industrial Revolution began in 1780, just before the turn of the century with the rise of advancing technologies. Sound familiar? The people of that time had no i...

October 16, 2016

How to we manage to evolve an industry in a world that is, right now, change faster than it ever has in history. As millennials, we have felt the force behind the change because we were the last to spend our free time riding bikes and playing in the woods, while we wer...

September 29, 2016

The digital age has created many challenges for the nonprofit sector.  When we look at our business model, we are pretty much rely on our donors for money, nearly begging them all the time.  But where is the return of that value?  Maybe it is the temporary satisfaction...

August 17, 2016

It is amazing how zoos around the world are using the new Pokemon Go app to appeal to their customers.  Offering discounts and attracting the general public to come to their facility is a strategic marketing move.  However, the entire idea of an app that gets people ou...

July 25, 2016

Throughout the world, 97% of global scientists agree that climate change is among us. As of 2013, National Geographic notes that 20,000 species are near extinction, confirming that human beings have created the highest extinction rate in Earth’s history-yes, including...

June 28, 2016

This recent concept of cognitive ecology can truly change the way the animal world works. Not only does it prevent the general public from the ignorant behavior, but it can increase captive animal welfare.

For more on cognitive ecology, please see my article Cognitive E...

June 15, 2016

The following blog information explains the learning experience during a master’s thesis and summarizes the comprehensive knowledge I have gained through reading over 147 peer reviewed scientific journal articles related to this topic.  All factual sentences within thi...

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