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The Future of Green is Blue. W/ Luis Martin del Campo

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On the premier episode of The Futurists, Ben and Alex will be interviewing Luis Martin del Campo out of Mexico about The Blue Economy. The idea of a "blue economy" takes the green culture a step or two further, in a way that will actually create regenerative impact on a global scale.

This is an important and popular topic right now for a good reason. The planet is screaming for it. Call in with questions.
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Bios for Ben and Alex in radio show's description. 

Luis Alberto Martin del Campo Gomez:
Luis is a leader and entrepreneur in sustainable and social impact, and a prominent writer and speaker on sustainable futurism and human nature. His personal mission is to transform the way we relate to each other and our planetary home by making what is best for people and nature accesible to all. While finishing college he founded the first Blue Economy company in Mexico (Sporah), inspired by Gunter Pauli, author of The Blue Economy. In 2014 he wrote The Dream of Mexico in 2034, proposing an achievable vision of a society in harmony, for Mexico, and by analogy the world. In 2015 he co-founded Katamba with a talented team to redesign education with a holistic model to develop student´s unique talents and a new Human Operating System. He currently lives in Cancun, Mexico, plays the drums and enjoys training body and mind by the sea. 

You can read some of his stuff at https://medium.com/@luis.mdc
And you can reach Luis at luis@sporah.mx

See more of his work at www.luismartindelcampo.net

If you want to see a vision of what a more sustainable and evolved society could look like click on through to read Mexico 2034!
http://www.amazon.com.mx/dp/B01IOBJE6C 

 

 

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