2018 Fórum oradores eng




Werner Boote. Writer, Director
Author and director of the award-winning "Plastic Planet", documentary about plastic and its influence on the environment and human health, whose strength obliges changes in the legislation of several countries. In 2013, with the documentary "Population Boom" received in Berlin the Green Me Award for the best green documentary. "The Green Lie" is his latest documentary that was presented at the Berlinale Film Festival - Berlin International Film Festival and is the chosen film for the launch of CineEco Seia 2018.


Catherine Beltrandi. UNEP, Nações Unidas.
From Paris and currently living in Nairobi, Catherine Beltrandi worked at UNESCO between 1993 and 2000 where she produced several documentaries and educational materials on the environmental theme, with particular reference to the titles "Développement Urbain et Ressources en eau", "Le monde reste à faine "and" Woamns. Currently she is a member of the United Nations Environment Program, based in Nairobi.


Giulia Camilla Braga. World Bank and Connnect4Climate.
Renowned specialist in the area of strategic communication, she is responsable for several international campaigns in areas of common interest, with special focus on environmental causes, such as "Fiat Lux: Illuminating Our Common Home" an artistic projection held at the Vatican or the "All4TheGreen," a campaign promoted by the G7 Environment that brings together international organizations, universities, ONG's, private entities and governments from Europe and the United States.


Ailton Krenak. Indigenous leader, environmentalist, writer.
He is perhaps one of the most known faces of the indigenous movement in Brazil. Natural of the region of Rio Doce, founded in 1985 the Nucleus of the Indigenous Culture, having also participated in the foundation of the Union of the Indigenous Peoples and in the Alliance of the Peoples of the Forest. In 1986, he participated in the National Constituent Assembly that elaborated the Brazilian Constitution of 1988. His dedication to the socio-environmental cause in defense of the rights of the indigenous people and the preservation of his territory has earned him the degree of Doutor Honoris Causa by the Federal University of Juiz de Fora.


Ashley Hoppin National Geographic Executive Producer
Resident in Washington DC, attended Pomona College in Claremont California. She has been in the National Geographic for more than 15 years where she is the executive producer of the Nat Geo WILD channel, where she produced and co-produced a wide range of projects among which the most important: Galapagos, nominated in 2008 for an Emmy and Wild Hawaii also nominated for the Emmy in 2015.


Helena Freitas. UNESCO Chair on Biodiversity Safeguard for Sustainable Development
Graduated in biology, she has a doctorate in Ecology, specializing in Taxonomy and Plant Ecology from the Faculty of Sciences and Technology of the University of Coimbra. As a Professor, she taught in the departments of botany of the University of Coimbra and ecology in the Department of Life Sciences of the Faculty of Sciences and Technologies of the same university, where she took the direction of the Center for Functional Ecology and she holds a Chair from the Unesco for the Biodiversity and Development Sustainable. Between 99 and 02 he assumed the presidency of the League for the Protection of Nature, which was followed by the presidency of the Portuguese Society of Ecology and Vice-Presidency of the European Ecology Federation. Author of several works on the subject of botany and ecology, is a assiduous presence in the newspaper “O Público” with opinion articles. In the XXI Constitutional Government of Portugal, integrated the coordination of the Mission Unit for the Valorization of the Within, with a status equivalent to the Under-Secretary of State.