President & Sustainable
Co-founder and president of eco-union, is the director of the Global eco-forum and the coordinator of the green and blue economy areas. He holds a degree in industrial engineering from INSA Lyon (France) and an MBA from Esade.
Jérémie is a senior consultant and expert in green and blue economy, eco-innovation, sustainable tourism, corporate responsibility and sustainability policies at national, European and Mediterranean level. He has collaborated with leading research centres and universities, intergovernmental agencies and local, regional and national governments as well as companies and NGOs.
Languages: English, French, Spanish, Catalan
Alejandro González Domingo
Program manager, Mobility &
Alejandro started working at eco-union in 2012 after finishing his studies at the University of Barcelona. He holds a degree in tourism and two Masters in Tourism Planning and Territorial Planning.
Since 2017 he has been Coordinator of eco-union and responsible of tourism and climate change projects, mobility and urban ecology. He represents eco-union in local networks such as o3sac and the Barcelona Sustainability Council, and international networks such as Transport & Environment and EEB.
Languages: English, French, Spanish y Catalan
Kristian Petrick (Industrial Engineer, Technical University Berlin) is freelance senior consultant with professional experience of over 20 years, thereof more than ten years in the field of renewable energy, energy efficiency and sustainability, providing policy and strategic advice to public and private clients.
Kristian has supervised and elaborated policy and innovation related studies regarding all aspects of RE, among others on energy prosumers, PV, offshore energy, electric vehicles, P2G, and industrial policies. He has drafted and advises on RE support schemes in various countries, among others Bahrain, Oman, Dubai and Uzbekistan.
He has worked as RE consultant for Ecofys Spain and earlier in his career as supply chain manager for Siemens in Germany and Canada.
Languages: German, English, French, Spanish
Environmental & climate Researcher
Salvador holds a degree in social and cultural anthropology from the University of Barcelona. He also holds an interdisciplinary master’s degree in environmental sociology and ecology from the University of Lancaster and another master’s degree in environmental and international law from the University of Kent where he was awarded for his research. Between his periods of study he already worked for eco-union. He is currently in charge of the research of several projects.
Languages: English, Spanish, Catalan
Researcher in tourism
and blue economy
Debora Tonazzini has a degree in Geographic Sciences of the territory, tourism and cultural landscape. She holds a Master’s degree in Territorial Planning and Environmental Management from the University of Barcelona. She specialized in territorial and tourist planning, sustainable tourism and analysis of the territorial impacts of tourism, particularly in coastal and maritime areas. She started working at eco-union in July 2018 as a research technician in tourism and blue economy.
Languages: Italian, Spanish, French, English
Mireia Reus Muns
Mireia holds a Bachelor in Translation and Interpreting as well as a Postgraduate Program in Biomedical Translation. After some years of working in the linguistic field linked to health, she decided to complement her education with a Master in International Relations and European Studies to make her way in public policy and sustainability.
Mireia joined eco-union team in January 2018 and is currently undertaking support tasks and research in various projects.
Languages: Catalan, Spanish, English, French and German
Sustainable Tourism Researcher
Bsc Political Sciences; Msc Environmental & Spatial Planning; Phd Researcher. Raquel has been working on public policies and governance in the environmental sector since 2011. While her main focus has been on climate and tourism policies, there are various lessons learned that can be drawn for the energy sector as issues and challenges in engaging policy makers and end users require similar approaches to put those policy into practice. Raquel has been working among others with the Research Group for Territorial Analysis of the University Rovira i Virgili, Bournemouth University (UK) and Universidad de Quintana Roo (México).
Lawyer-consultant specialized in environmental law, with a long experience in public administration and in waste and water resources management, as well as in governance.
Convinced that an ambitious and decisive legal framework and a correct application of regulations is essential to advance towards global sustainability and social justice. She focuses her professional activity on advising on compliance of environmental legislation, the drafting of new legal texts and their application and, in general, on the design and development of public or private policies and strategies to protect the environment.
Languages: Catalan, English, French, Italian, Spanish