Bruno and Paul

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About me

Gender MALE
Industry Non-Profit
Occupation Conservation & Research
Location Otavi, Namibia
Introduction Bruno Nebe is an lifelong world expert in Namibian wildlife and their interactions with native ecosystems. He is the Founder and Manager of the Mundalea Nature Reserve with a special focus on the understanding and conservation of rare and endangered species such the black rhino, black-faced impala, tsessebe, roan antelope and oxpeckers. (http://www.turnstone-tours.com/ )
Paul Rankin was a Senior Research Fellow in Philips Electronics, authoring 40 patents and numerous publications during 36 years of research across diverse scientific domains. A study of the cultural impact of the Internet on tribal communities under a Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowship led to Reuters Digital Vision Fellow at Stanford University. He was the social entrepreneur and technical architect behind ‘Voices in Your Hand’ a novel information and communication technology solution for poor communities, which became a major pilot in a Brazilian shantytown (http://voices.stanford.edu ) He is co-founder of Living Cultural Storybases, a non-profit empowering indigenous communities to capture and nurture their oral heritage via innovative, but appropriate digital tools (http://www.storybases.org )