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Alexandros (Alekos) Pantazis is a research fellow the [http://p2plab.org/ P2P Lab] and environmental engineer, with expertise in the area of participatory design for nature conservation and integrated coastal zone management. He has an extensive 15 years experience of active involvement in civil movements in various rural regions of Greece and abroad, focusing mainly on agrarian grass-root movements, as well as on Degrowth and the Commons movements. Alekos has strong experience in non formal education and has been involved as a scientific assistant/coordinator in a number of European projects in the areas of marine conservation and management, focusing on local communities.  
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Alexandros (Alekos) Pantazis is a research fellow at the [http://p2plab.org/ P2P Lab] and environmental engineer, with expertise in the area of participatory design for nature conservation and integrated coastal zone management. He has an extensive 15 years experience of active involvement in civil movements in various rural regions of Greece and abroad, focusing mainly on agrarian grass-root movements, as well as on Degrowth and the Commons movements. Alekos has strong experience in non formal education and has been involved as a scientific assistant/coordinator in a number of European projects in the areas of marine conservation and management, focusing on local communities.  
  
  

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Bio

Alexandros (Alekos) Pantazis is a research fellow at the P2P Lab and environmental engineer, with expertise in the area of participatory design for nature conservation and integrated coastal zone management. He has an extensive 15 years experience of active involvement in civil movements in various rural regions of Greece and abroad, focusing mainly on agrarian grass-root movements, as well as on Degrowth and the Commons movements. Alekos has strong experience in non formal education and has been involved as a scientific assistant/coordinator in a number of European projects in the areas of marine conservation and management, focusing on local communities.