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thank you
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hello so i
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right after germany's round table or something like that but also it's good to talk to us
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now you uses this topic everyone has a report about a general topic covered
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or other and i'm white so solid anarchy vantage now or ever going to join me what
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and uh the sticker positions so on y'all a prospectus
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you can see the different roles of the people on the stage so that's gotten married
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lose people later that initially the aim is going to be for example
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for sure to present powerpoint with few piece information on how
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we can transition uh from uh when stores and two full seasons or some
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for for for so as a a a
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way to launch my powerpoint presentation so
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and e. x. e. seven well you must ensure billy and i have had
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the uh uh for the management in the home masters at investing
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i mean working on source behaviour for a number of years and specialised
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in mountain tourism which has to find itself for a few years
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i've worked in the group it's in for ten years where did my thesis or in brittany sorry and i came back to the
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alps around seven ten years ago i only a focus on skiing
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uh more or less and i'm going to look at how
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uh excuse was working with and in the summer and the idea is going to be to look at the components of towards consumption
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i'm going to talk about the current trends and i'm going to uh i
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think about uh uh what this means for tourism in the alps inconvenience
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so how does this work i okay i want track it
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so on but what about the definition of tourism i think you all familiar
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with what it means but it's important to talk about these definitions
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because they are essential if we want to understand uh towards them under this evolution
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so before we talk about tours consumption we not eaten away towards come from
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and we need to know that tours consumption is in some links to the evolution of society
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it was consumption
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tourism is a council wait a significant cancer weights all the frustrations
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people having a day to day lives with working cetera uh
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often holidays all over realise our niche skate from day to day life
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escape from our our data they frustrations
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and uh uh towards him in one of the holidays are way of catching up
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we're all family uh if the family suffers a job because yeah because of
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the day to day constraints holidays allow people to get closer together
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and it allows you to invest to your children in families
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to rebuild times so escaping from day to day life
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and the trend is to over investments holidays we tends to expect more more
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from uh holidays and that's what we're going to see you know
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we talked about smart cities i'm going to talk about cities and other aspects
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uh didn't more negative aspects uh cities are growing metropolis is not growing
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commuting signs are increasing uh which means allies are quite
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can danced and stressed a stressful the pollution uh
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the traffic jams and stress of work itself which often continues into the evening into the weekends
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we've emails with we can never resist uh uh looking at so he's aspect to try to escape from
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with all the days and holidays in the way of a less than all of this but it's
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much more this much less dense it's much less contents and concentrate all these elements of uh
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disregarded for us short amount of time and if we look at the balance between normal life and holiday life
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you can see the source come from urban areas for many aft and
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have them for many generations and many of them don't spontaneously
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uh i have ways of interpreting or an environment uh in the right way around the best way we have uh asked
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fairly specific environments uh which has different way uh it's
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very uh unique ways of working and tore isn't always needs to be supported
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to help them understand how best to live in this uh environment
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so here is a slide it sums up oh uh um
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people's requirements and demands so they want to disconnects
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almost totally from day to day life this is a condition for successful hold is if you manage to
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uh disconnects consumers from the negative aspects of society of life
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uh and you have to have more successful holiday so lots of work has been done on this disconnection
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we haven't yet explored everything any said but there are specific activities early
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people to completely disconnected especially those that could use a uh flows
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typically uh going for ice skating sash and off
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pieced which takes you away from normal life
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a soft p. seeing slightly extreme skiing i hope she disconnects
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also being within a beautiful landscape house people disconnect
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a connecting with nature also uh these ultra disconnecting experiences so there
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was a whole array of activities uh allow people to disconnect
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being together as a family friends has always been a an important component
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of towards an because families are represents a large proportion of source
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and the the more uh society constrains family time uh which means the case and
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parents aunts about them for the same buttons wasn't running of the time
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and the more this is the case the more we invest in family time and holidays
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and that's something we have observes i uh this an important aspect to take into account
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not important points like i'm quite curious about all the studies done on authenticity
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of entities a big word that you can place lots of meanings behind
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but what we see today as it there is a
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button to simplicity with it being consumption basically consumption
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whether it be the relationship you have with your salad we should groovy new i mean god and uh
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but there's greater demand for simplicity forwards and to to
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people's roots and that's something tours instruments or
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holidays all also oh where you fought your best memories
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so people want you to sell the memories
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almost it's a bit cynical but the strip people can all they that they want to come out with happy memories which they can uh
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hark back to in the future and remembered could times of the people so what i'm asking
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how does this relate a scheme
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some number to dwell too long on the catches existing
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we all aware of these characteristics uh it's
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uh don is reaches ceiling now there's high demand from a foreign courts as
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a novel as but a ski schools how are blessed them on now
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oh no not not ski school to uh schools actually sending children to learn skiing uh reducing number
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um there are a few would be a total days skiing also than in the past but they're
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uh is growing demand on services uh uh the revolve around skiing and wouldn't uh holidays off
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but skiing oh uh is just about the new skis on and carry
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scheme but you can also uh experience other things times to skiing
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you have all the the peripheral possibilities uh that i should have diversified you stink it also take
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off your skis at some point and climb on a on a bike on the front bike
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uh you can also party on the piece uh if you can assert going is now part there's lot of diversity
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with eh and on the line uh idea which is about fun and
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fun is always about persons all not just the skiing aspect
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and i want to talk also about um uh the aspects of
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the idea of being together with friends and family uh skiing
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is she really consumes a and the soldier ways away so it's time for families just
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uh to commune is also uh there's also market which is quite significance on
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which uh folks some groups of friends uh this is a significant market
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and it's also important to understand that these groups of tours want to experience things in the
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resort but also outsiders or they want as a little bit of intimacy in eh consumption
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when you close the door of your rent apartments you uh you would spend cycle started george
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and we also want to have certain family in some c. intimacy friends which is crucial
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yeah and if we uh uh
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stop talking about summer which is something where i want to focus on
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um overall there's been a a rich used a a a small number of people are actually don't
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tracks and then a few decades ago but people are still very much interested in the mountains
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and this is a environment which people have a very emotional attachment to this
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is never left this emotional attachment is slightly more magical the with
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the because of the snow but is still strong uh other times of the yeah and heidi is never far away that's what we say
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there's this imaginary uh the topic of the mountain
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well the people uh are very attracted to
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there's also a strong interest for local culture uh simplicity read sensor roots
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and source also the uh are increasingly
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uh interested in in isolating so themselves and destinations to to disconnect
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yourself festivals was up based on the authentic symbols of the mountains but source of more more interested
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in meeting the local populations to get you closer to understanding how they live even today
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and a touch of the century and these are interesting topics that allow certain products to be developed
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so if we become something about the future one of the questions we're asking today is is about what we do
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in the future but mountains for me have not said the last word in france we're slightly dubious about
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the summer uh so much or some nonsense a whistle is get to go but
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everything is not lost because there's this notion of emotional attachments has mountains
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have strong values of purity simplicity beauty natural a
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natural aspects these advisers are coming back
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in the forefront of people's minds we have uh this isn't one which is very distant from the day today
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but he has a a city person in amounts in is uh already disconnection anyway
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and then uh not requirements his beautiful is very powerful
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and it's uh it's clear you have to do much which promotes the
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visual aspects the major ski resorts in in the winter uh
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show us uh that people can appreciate you're landscape even sitting in
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a in a in a chair left so that's important
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and there's a local culture which is also a powerful with strong traditions activities or so
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unique to the mountain environment and in which tours are
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interested i had a and to conclude how
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it is interesting to note that we have how people coming from the tales
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who are totally disconnected with how major uh
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and the way the obviously the mountains
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ah because nobody has ever passed down or
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the codes had to do them
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so being able to explain to those people
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you know how how one lives there
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and how they can benefit of this um viability is very bored because although i do we
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have the ball goes to that do not benefit for the for their hard vacation
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huh tourist want to learn ah uh yeah they wanna have
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fun and i wanna learn a while having fun
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so that a great way to open up to that
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so basically those all the big choose uh i've used
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it you want to put them all together
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and uh you can choose a big ah
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and in order to understand our clients
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and understand how we can help them and how we can offer
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them ah our great experience it all around great experience

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Conference program

Welcome
Corinne Feuz, Coordinatrice d’ecovillages
25 Aug. 2017 · 9:48 a.m.
Welcome
Patricia-Dominique Lachat, Préfète du district d’Aigle
25 Aug. 2017 · 9:49 a.m.
Welcome
Philippe Grobéty, Syndic d’Ormont-Dessus
25 Aug. 2017 · 9:54 a.m.
Introduction: What way forward for the villages?
Michael Liebreich, Fondateur et vice-président d’ecovillages
25 Aug. 2017 · 9:59 a.m.
Inspiration: Top to Top Global Climate Expedition
Dario Schwoerer, Climatologue et guide de montagne
25 Aug. 2017 · 10:07 a.m.
Beyond skiing, revisiting the ski resort experience
Isabelle Frochot, Université Savoie Mont Blanc
25 Aug. 2017 · 10:36 a.m.
The heritage of the Youth Olympic Games (JOJ Lausanne 2020) , for the Vaud Alps
Ian Logan, CEO Lausanne 2020
25 Aug. 2017 · 12:11 p.m.
Urbanise the Swiss Alps
Fiona Pia, architecte
25 Aug. 2017 · 1:58 p.m.
Building the Future: Participatory Projects for Transition "The Center for Sustainable Development in Ayent"
Victoria Leaney-Brinkler, initiatrice du Centre de développement durable et gérante de l'écogîte "Esprit du soleil"
25 Aug. 2017 · 2:15 p.m.
Building the Future: Participatory Projects for Transition - ERKA - the energy transition for al
Charles Höhn, ancien maire du village de Bonstetten
25 Aug. 2017 · 2:32 p.m.
Digitalisation as a service to the transition
Daniel Gatica-Perez, Idiap Research Institute
25 Aug. 2017 · 3:02 p.m.
Introduction of special guest
Michael Liebreich, Fondateur et vice-président d’ecovillages
25 Aug. 2017 · 4:57 p.m.
Special Guest: "The world has already so many solutions"
Prof. Dr. Bertrand Piccard, Explorer, Chairman of the Solar Impulse Foundation
25 Aug. 2017 · 4:58 p.m.
Q&A with Special Guest
25 Aug. 2017 · 5:19 p.m.
Conclusions
Michael Liebreich, Fondateur et vice-président d’ecovillages
25 Aug. 2017 · 5:38 p.m.

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