Bill Twist is CEO and a co-founder of The Pachamama Alliance. He has dedicated his life to helping change the dream of the modern world to create a thriving, just, and sustainable future for people and all life.
Bill has a bachelor’s degree in engineering from Stanford University and a master’s degree in business administration from Northwestern University.
Listen to Bill explain in his own words the work of The Pachamama Alliance and its most recent efforts to support the climate change and representative democracy movements in this 2014 Whole Earth Summit interview recording.
In late 2013, Bill Twist, along with Jaime Vargas, President of the Achuar Federation in Ecuador, and Belén Paéz, Executive Director of The Pachamama Alliance’s illegally dissolved sister organization, Fundación Pachamama, in Ecuador, were interviewed by Xochitl Bernadette Moreno of Radio Ollin.
The three of them discuss The Pachamama Alliance’s work with its indigenous partners to protect the Amazon rainforest in Ecuador, the implications oil development could have on Ecuadorian society, and what needs to happen if the global community wants to protect the Amazon from the threat of oil development in the future. Listen below.
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Bill Twist is a member of Move to Amend's San Francisco Affiliate group. He is also on the advisory board for the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund, and is on the Global Alliance for the Rights of Nature's Executive Committee.