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Bernhard Drumel by Mind Map: Bernhard Drumel
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Bernhard Drumel

For over 20 years, Bernhard Drumel has worked in the environmental field. In the last five years, he acted as Global Fundraising and Development Director of Greenpeace, being responsible among others for setting up Greenpeace in Africa. With ‘Supporting Change’ he is currently helping a wide range of Austrian and international social change initiatives and organizations in strategic advice, campaigning and organizational support. He initiated/participated in two bigger referenda in Austria and presently supports the biggest social change initiative in Austria, the referendum for an educational reform planned in November 2011. Furthermore he is part of the Executive Board of the recently established Organization to advance the Common Welfare Economy.


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Live Mind Mapping provided by Dan Taylor

a short introduction to an alternative model to capitalism


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Project Democratic Bank

will get started beginning of 2013

people and companies can contribute

403 companies

100 pioneers who implement the Common Welfare Balance

20 Energy fields

an audit process

Region working groups and public events

A political movement

press conferences in 4 countries on October 6th

A common welfare balance

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Developed by company owners

4 different countries