Managing Director of Ports Balearics Island. After 15 years of experience in the private field of construction, the project and consulting in port management in Ibiza, since 2015 he directs the public entity that develops the autonomous port skills of the Government of the Balearic Islands.
With a degree in Environmental Technologies, Eugenia works as a plastic pollution campaigner for the Ecological Recycling Society. In the past she has worked on several national information campaigns as both a campaign and communication officer for the Greenpeace Greece office, addressing issues ranging from waste prevention to marine litter.
Naturalist and National Geographic explorer. Mike came to the forefront of exploration and conservation in 1997 after uncovering more than 3,200 kilometres of an intact and unexplored forest corridor in Gabon and achieved its conservation status. He is currently working on getting Gabon to protect its ocean, as he did 15 years ago with its...
Global Director of the Break Free From Plastic movement, Von is a Goldman Prize 2003 recipient, and was the development director of Greenpeace International, and executive director of Greenpeace South East Asia (GPSEA) from 2008 to 2014, where he directed programmes and operations. He is currently dedicated to denouncing the pollution of seas and oceans.
Scientist and environmentalist, Pierre-Yves is dedicated to providing environmental advice to governments and companies and leads an association of divers, Cousteau Divers, which he defines as a “partnership of participatory science.” He is currently promoting two major projects: to propose marine protected areas and the Hermes ocean measurement project.
A long-distance swimmer, in open water and without neoprene, Miquel is considered an ocean explorer and lover of nature. Ideologist and co-creator of Vies Braves. He has won the Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming, has crossed the English Channel, and the Strait of Santa Catalina in California.
Marilles Foundation Director, Marine Biologist and environmental economist with more than 15 years of professional experience in the UK. Aniol has dedicated his professional career to the improvement of the environment from fields as diverse as education, the economy and the design of campaigns and projects.
Javier is the founder of ECOALF, a sustainable fashion brand made from recycled products. Through the ECOALF Foundation, specifically the Upcycling the Oceans project, it cleans the Mediterranean of garbage with the help of fishermen of the Levante. Collected materials are transformed into pellets, yarn, fabric and products. In 2017, ECOALF removed more than 250...
Sandra is director of IbizaPreservation and coordinates the projects and alliances supported by the foundation. She has worked in sustainable development programmes for several foundations and in the United Nations. She has been a Corporate Social Responsibility consultant for international companies.
Marine Biologist and National Geographic Explorer. Manu has been working to preserve the Mediterranean for 30 years, denouncing the situation of our sea. One of his latest works for National Geographic is the presentation of the documentary film “Save our Mediterranean”.