Alberto Fraguas Herrero
Alberto Fragua is Coordinator of the Observatory of Political Ecology of ATTAC Spain. Biologist, specialized in Ecology, Zoology and Master in Environmental Management of Development, with more than 30 years of experience in management and environmental planning and specifically in Environmental Evaluation of Projects and Public Policies.
As an Environmental Consultant, he currently works as an Executive Director at the Instituto de Estudio de la Tierra S.L. (Institute for the Study of the Earth), collaborating in turn with different Public and Private Institutions.
He has been CEO and founder of GEMAP S.A. and Counsellor of the reforestation and environmental restoration company ECOVIVEROS S.L. Also, in his professional role he was a consultant for the North American engineering company Gibbs & Hill (GHESA).
In statistics, Iceland rubs shoulders with the elite of the rich developed world: 76 thousand dollars of per capita income in 2018, and it is the fifth country in the world in per capita income
When the crisis happened, the frequency of cardiac emergencies increased a little, but the peak subsided after one week.
The economic collapse that Iceland experienced in 2008 is different from those of other countries because it affected more the physical and mental health of women compared to men.
Even in its most beautiful places, all roads are hard on this beautiful and icy Nordic island.
The crisis in Iceland four years ago is similar, as far the first steps taken by the Government at that time and the public reaction is concerned, to the crisis in much of the capitalist world.