Each person offers what he or she is and what he or she has for the common good
Facilitator, researcher and educator for ecosocial transformation.
”We emerge from the climate crisis as a more mature part of the community of life, capable not only of restoring ecosystems, but also of unfolding our latent potentials for human strength and discernment.”.
AgroFacilitator of the commons.
“It takes one drop to start a waterfall”.
Collaboration and creativity for transition.
"Impossible, improbable, probable, inevitable."
Managing and connecting.
"Whatever you do will be insignificant, but it is very important that you do it."
Facilitation for community development.
“We are what we do to change what we are.”
Facilitation and regenerative design for ecosocial transformation.
“If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put foundations under them.”
Henry David Thoureau
“There is no economy without nature and without care.”
Projecting and activating ecosocial transformationl.
“I defend the land, I defend the water, because that is life.”
Communication for transformation.
“Thought is what happens just before action.”
Reconciling people and processes.
“Approach changes from the inside out and problems one at a time”.
Educator and trainer for eco-social transformation.
“We must learn to think and act from our hearts, to recognise the interconnectedness of all living creatures and to respect the value of every thread in the vast web of life."
For our team, the Altekio ecosystem is all the people, organisations, groups, institutions and entities with which we relate, collaborate and work, as well as the territories in which they live.
This also includes the projects and networks of which we form part, the students who receive or have received some of the training we provide, as well as all the other people who in one way or another are linked to our activity.
We know that it is thanks to this ecosystem that we exist and that is why we strive to take care of it and to continue weaving networks that sustain it and bridges that extend it.