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Well-being, Travel, Sustainability, Climate, Animals, Science,

About Me

I particularly specialize in communication for the benefit people and the planet exploring:
• how to improve health and well-being
• opportunities for social and/or environmental impact
• different ways to live more sustainably
• empathy, awareness of bias, and emotional intelligence
• developments in science and policy

Feel free to get in touch for more information. 

Industries I Write About

Law & Politics

Science & Medicine



Health & Wellness


My Writing Samples

How to plan your pilgrimage to Montenegro‘s sacred spaces

Off the beaten path, these monasteries offer a more contemplative way to explore the Mediterranean country’s stunning coastlines, rugged mountains, and turquoise lakes.


Can Machines Help Us Understand Orcas?

The largest member of the dolphin family, orcas are highly vocal marine mammals found in all regions of the ocean. They have rich social lives and frequently communicate within their family group through touch, behavior, and vocalizations. Like bats, orcas use echolocation to navigate and locate prey. They click and whistle and produce discrete, pulsed calls of varying tone and harmony. They may squeak, buzz, squeal, growl, chirp, honk and trumpet. But what are they saying?


What’s the Most Climate-Friendly Way to Eat?

Overall, around one-third of all climate emissions are associated with the food we eat. The good news is that by adjusting food choices and eating habits, we can significantly minimize our environmental impact. So, how can you eat in a more climate-friendly way? And which food-related changes will have the greatest benefit for the environment? Here are a few tips to get started.


How to Deal with Climate Grief and Eco-Anxiety

As the effects of climate change become more and more visible in real-time, many people are experiencing related effects on their emotional and mental health. Climate grief is a psychological response to loss or anticipated loss — but in this case, the loss is ongoing and happening on such an enormous scale that it’s hard to process.


Ocean and Climate Change Dialogues: The impact of Climate Change on our Oceans

Scientific understanding of climate change has evolved overtime. What was originally understood to be primarily an atmospheric issue is now understood to be an ocean issue too.


Protecting Environmental Defenders in Latin America: The Escazú Agreement

The Escazú Agreement for Latin America and the Caribbean aims to provide access to information, public participation, and justice in environmental matters. Although it closed for signatures on 26 September 2020, countries that are not yet signatories may become Parties through accession. There are currently 24 signatories and 9 ratifications.


The environmental benefits of Product as a Service

Product as a Service (PaaS) can provide users a flexible and convenient way to use products and provide producers and retail outfits a way to create recurring revenue. When properly instituted, this business model could prove to have significant environmental benefits. It could help the global drive towards more sustainable and environmentally friendly business practices.


A Guide to Walking Meditation

Meditation and mindfulness techniques cultivate awareness of the present moment. This includes awareness of what arises (and passes away) in both our inner and outer worlds. Studies have shown that a regular and long-term meditation practice allows individuals to meet what arises in daily life with calmness and equanimity. These personal qualities can be particularly useful when facing challenging and uncertain times.


The Minimalist Wardrobe

Timeless, textured, fresh, and with a touch of elegance. Thoughtful details, versatile colors, and fine fabrics replace fast-fashion and impractical items. These are some of the features of a minimalist wardrobe. Minimalism and simplicity are not new concepts and have been major trends in fashion for some time. In fact, the legendary Coco Chanel famously said 'before you leave the house, look in the mirror and take at least one thing off.' When it comes to a timeless wardrobe - less is more.


Living Plastic Free

According to the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, roughly 8 million tons of plastic end up in the ocean each year. The plastic items in the ocean are mostly single-use plastic products, such as plastic bottles and straws, which break down into micro-particles, or plastic dust. These plastic micro-particles have been found inside fish, birds, and a range of other life, including humans.


Resource Efficiency Knowledge Strategy

As the population and economy continue to grow, there is increasing demand for, and pressure on, our finite natural resources and environment. The Resource Efficiency Knowledge Theme supports the government in its efforts to protect the environment and reduce waste through the efficient use of resources.



Writer - Sustainability, Health and Well-Being

Sustainability and Travel Fashion Brand for Women

Company: Voya Official

I worked there from 4/2020 until now

Writer - Wildlife and Nature Conservation

Online Magazine about the Environment and Global Conservation

Company: Conservation Magazine

I worked there from 5/2020 until now

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