Speakers


We asked these pioneering & visionary people who have been working for decades in various practical aspects of the new economic paradigm, what are the 5 things they consider most important that we need to do in order to change the economy.


Tuesday 2 April
Enric Duran
for biography & snippet of conference, click on picture

  
Saturday 27 April
Hazel Henderson
for biography & snippet of conference, click on picture


Saturday 6 April
Stella Strega-Scoz
for biography & snippet of conference, click on picture

 
Tuesday 9 April
Erick Brenes
for biography & snippet of conference, click on picture

 
Recorded Interview
Robin Upton
for biography & snippet of conference, click on picture


 
Saturday 13 April
Stephanie Rearick
for biography & snippet of conference, click on picture

 
Tuesday 16 April
John Rogers
for biography & snippet of conference, click on picture
 
Thursday 18 April
Glenn Gall
for biography & snippet of conference, click on picture

 
Saturday 20 April
Heloisa Primavera
for biography & snippet of conference, click on picture

 
Tuesday 23 April
Deirdre Kent
for biography & snippet of conference, click on picture
 
Thursday 25 April
Nicole Foss
for biography & snippet of conference, click on picture
 
Wednesday 1st May

we celebrate May Day
with a homage to
Jose Luís Sampedro
who died this April at 96

& was a great inspiration to us
(click on picture)


 



Thanks to the Organizers Carlos, Pepa, Rebecca & Jose, see their profiles, below

      


Carlos Pérez  in Spain (Canaries)

Carlos organizes & facilitates the webinars, creating the conferences, coordinating the enrollments & uploading the conferences to YouTube.

He's a computer engineer & works in E-Learning, based in La Palma, Canary Islands.
Founder of tradingenlazona.com, & eldrago.info
Director of Proyecto Drago y DragoBanco

E-mail: info@eldrago.info
Skype: eldragodelapalma




Rebecca Reiber, in Panamá

Rebecca will provide technical support during the conferences, in particular for those participating from Latin America.  

One of our precious fully bilingual people, she will also provide translation to english.

She can be contacted by email (rebecca.panama@gmail.com)

Whilst raising a young family, Rebecca was a development consultant, working mainly with NGOs & small businesses, after a 12 year career in international business (import/export).

Her work changed from business development to community development, she has a degree in Sustainable Development, Community Development & Training for Social Action, post-degree studies in LatinAmerican Sociocultural Anthropology & is currently studying Permaculture with NodoEspiral.
She moved to Panamá from the USA in 2005 where the idea started to take root which today, after 8 years, has become an EcoVillage project.



Jose Zamora, in Spain (Canaries)

Jose will provide technical support during the conferences & will also serve as translator to Spanish. 

He can be contacted by Skype (JoseLZam), by phone (+34 636 498 904) or by email (jose@gaiatasiri.org)

Jose is a Systems Engineer & Integral Permaculture action-learner, & is part of Transition LaPalma. 

He arrived to Tenerife from Cuba with his family (with Canarian ancestors) in 1998, & at 20 years old he is the youngest member of an EcoVillage being created in LaPalma. 



Jose talks here about himself & the conference  
(4 April)

Then interviews Stella about how & why 
she became involved in these conferences
(4 April)

Vídeo de YouTube




María Jose Rodriguez, in Spain (Andalucía)

Outreach in Wiser & Facebook

Pepa will provide technical support during the conferences & also be the facebook contact (only in spanish).  

Mother of two teenage daughters, full-time laboratory technician & part-time shop steward representative, she is passionate about facilitating a transition to a more rational, sustainable society & in particular of working toward real inclusion & participation.

She is a great proponent of us learning to use modern communications technologies a lot better in order to make important ideas & actions accessible to the maximum number of people, & this is the third online conference she helps to organize (but the first totally bilingual one...)


Pepa speaks here about why she's doing this work  
(2 April)

Vídeo de YouTube



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