About Me

I am an Italian journalist and communication professional based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. I am available to support organisations in their branding and communication efforts with creative content, videos, graphics, articles, events, and other innovative campaigns.

My Latest Work

Tackling physical inactivity in Europe: how can we encourage a healthier lifestyle?

Despite the widely recognised advantages of an active lifestyle, including lowering the risk of chronic diseases and preventing premature death, Europeans don’t exercise enough. The data from the OECD’s report “Step Up! Tackling the Burden of Insufficient Physical Activity in Europe” showcase an alarming situation within Europe, as around 45% of Europeans declare that they never exercise or play sports.

Book: You're Young, But It Might Be Cancer

I contributed to developing this compelling book, collecting 16 heartfelt stories of young people affected by colorectal cancer.
The stories unfold across six chapters, reflecting a different part of the patient’s journey. Starting from the unexpected diagnosis and its profound impact on a young individual’s life, the book explores the physical and mental consequences of treatment and how it affects daily life. The young protagonists also share invaluable advice they wish they had received and are now sharing with the public to help those facing similar situations.

EU-SCORES Project_ interview with Patrick Möller, CEO CorPower Ocean.

EU-SCORES interview series kicks off with Episode 1, featuring CorPower Ocean's CEO, Patrik Möller, delving into the company's influence, achievements, and future initiatives within the EU-SCORES project. Joined by Benjamin Lehner from the Dutch Marine Energy Centre (DMEC), they explore CorPower Ocean's impactful journey, notably its recent installation of a commercial-scale wave energy converter in northern Portugal.

EU now has 9,000+ “energy communities”: smart, decentralised, flexible generation and consumption

The goal of the EU’s “Clean Energy for all Europeans package” (CEP), adopted in 2019, is to improve the functioning and design of Europe’s energy markets and systems. Luca Arfini, writing for ESCI, explains how, as part of the CEP, new market actors called “active customers/consumers and citizens” and “energy communities” are being established. As variable renewable generation grows, the whole system needs to be more decentralised, smarter and flexible, and energy communities are part of the sol

After CoFoE – What's Next for Digital Democracy in the EU?

It all began four years ago, in March 2019, when French President Emmanuel Macron launched the ambitious idea to chart a transformative course for the European Union’s future with the establishment of a “Conference for Europe”. The plan was to gather feedback from a wide range of stakeholders, including EU citizens and civil society representatives, on the EU’s way of working and, perhaps, to lay the groundwork for a revision to EU treaties.

Fast forward to 2020, Macron’s proposal was backed by

NOMAD: An EU Project for Sustainable Agriculture Development

Synthetic fertilisers nowadays help grow enough food to feed about half of the world’s population – despite their well-known detrimental impact on the environment. NOMAD, an EU-funded research project, aims to ensure a sustainable agriculture future through biofertilisers and a circular economy approach.

Considering eight billion people live on this planet today, with a projected growth of over 9 billion by 2050, it is easy to understand why modern synthetic fertilisers are essential for suppor

SustainCERT on LinkedIn: #netzero #howtonetzero #netzero #parisagreement #cop27

What is the Systems Lab publication?🤔 More and more companies are setting science-based targets and making commitments to reduce their Scope 3 emissions. However, Scope 3 is complex. The big question today is: how can Scope 3 systems credibly account, report and claim (and co-claim) value chain emission reductions and removals, especially in situations with limited traceability? In 2022, 31 organisations across diverse sectors joined the Value Change Initiative’s Systems Lab to learn from one an

SustainCERT on LinkedIn: Episode 3 #HowToNetZero

What is the Systems Lab publication?🤔 More and more companies are setting science-based targets and making commitments to reduce their Scope 3 emissions. However, Scope 3 is complex. The big question today is: how can Scope 3 systems credibly account, report and claim (and co-claim) value chain emission reductions and removals, especially in situations with limited traceability? In 2022, 31 organisations across diverse sectors joined the Value Change Initiative’s Systems Lab to learn from one an

Low-carbon mobility solutions to green our future

In line with the EU’s climate neutrality target, Interreg Baltic Sea Region supported several initiatives tackling the diverse challenges faced by the Baltic Sea region’s transport sector. We united our efforts to make our region more accessible, better connected and less polluted, ultimately improving the overall mobility experience in the area while protecting the environment. Read how Interreg Go LNG, BSR electric and Sohjoa Baltic have contributed to green mobility and innovation in transport sectors in the region.

How water-smart ideas make the Baltic Sea region thrive

From a rich marine life to beautiful vacation places, the Baltic Sea offers numerous resources that can be exploited to boost the economic growth of the region without harming its ecosystem. Interreg Baltic Sea Region funded multiple cooperation projects that have contributed to a sustainable and innovative blue economy. Good and successful examples of smart blue initiatives include ALLIANCE, Baltic Blue Growth, Capacity4MSP and Blue Platform.

Value Change Initiative on LinkedIn: #NetZeroValueChains

Last week I had the opportunity to participate in a panel about Supplier #engagement toward achieving #SBTs at the Innovation Forum conference, together with Daniel Roe and Muhammad Umer Rehman. I have been reflecting on the takeouts of that discussion, as some organizations resonated with the ideas: - Brands are willing to learn and to work with suppliers and partners. To that end, they are testing approaches, and investing in a way that is aligned to their strategy and operations. - Suppliers,
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