Green Spike Jury

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CARLOS DE HITA

A production and post-production sound technician, Carlos de Hita in a specialist in wildlife sounds: a craft he has honed in some 180 documentary shows including ‘Cantábrico, las montañas del oso pardo’ (2017) or ‘Guadalquivir’ (2014). Additionally he worked as life sound recordist in fiction feature films like ‘ Among Wolves ‘(2010) or ‘14 Kilometers’ (Golden Spike at 52 Seminci). He was the recipient of a BBVA Foundation Award for the Conservation of Biodiversity in 2017 in the category of Dissemination of Knowledge and Awareness in Biodiversity Conservation in Spain, and as well as a Ones Award from the Fundació Ones Mediterrània. In 2006 he was nominated for an Emmy Award in the News & Documentary section at the proposal of National Geographic Explorer.

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MIGUEL LÓPEZ CABANAS

General Manager of Greenpeace’s Board of Directors Office, he is a doctor in Psychology and an expert in social policies and social services. Between 1992 and 2010 he was deputy editor-in-chief of the scientific-professional publication ‘Intervención Psicosocial. Revista sobre igualdad y calidad de vida’ edited by Madrid’s official College of Psychologists. He is currently senior coordinator at the Department of Social Welfare of the Fuenlabrada City Council and a member of the Board of Directors of the Division of Psychology of Social Intervention at the General Council of Psychology of Spain. In addition, he has been associate professor at the Department of Social Psychology, and director and coordinator of postgraduate courses at the Complutense University of Madrid (1989-2009).

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JOSÉ MANUEL RODRÍGUEZ FERNÁNDEZ

He was born in Tordesillas (Valladolid) in 1961. A member of the grassroots confederation Ecologists in Acción since 1985, in 2000 and 2001 he was coordinator of the Platform for a Sustainable River Duero. He has served as a civil servant at Valladolid’s Provincial Council since 1985 as head of Bibliobús (the mobile library scheme) , and has collaborated with print media like ‘Alerta’, ‘El Mundo de Valladolid’ or the magazines ‘Otero’ and ‘La Senda’. As an amateur actor, he has participated in Fran Hervada’s short films ‘El viaje’ (2017) and ‘Quien mata a un ladrón’ (2019), and in ‘Menudo pollo’ (Lucía Lobato, 2019). He has also appeared in stage productions like Molière’s ‘The Bourgeois Gentleman’ directed by Agapito Martínez or Luis Carlos Izquierdo’s production of ‘Clara’.