Andreas Andreopoulos
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Job Title
Founding President
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Metis Global Awareness Network
What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Communication, Culture, Environment, Globalization, Innovation, Sustainability
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Sustainable Future Eco Landmarks SFEL instigator - Ecological Civilization evangelist; M.Ed., Certified Business Consultant on Innovation • Climate communication & Ecological Civilization expert. SFEL global initiative integrates, at least, six of GEN priorities (Culture, Environment, Sustainability,Innovation, Globalization). A atrong affiliation of the two networks could enhance possibilities of SFEL implementation (substantial part of UN SDG)

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At 7:01am on June 12, 2017, Kayi Mivedor said…

Good day,

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At 6:29am on April 7, 2017, Ekemini Akaninyene Effiong said…

You are welcome brother.

 
 
 

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