Winner to Travel to Mongolia to Cover Global Celebrations for WED 2013
The top ten finalists in the UNEP World Environment Day (WED) 2013 Blogging Competition are preparing for battle – and they need your support!
Bri Johnstone is a project coordinator and a student of communication design. Her interests are education, sustainability, simple and healthy living, and integrating design into business solutions.
Antonio Pasolini is a blogger, journalist, writer and film curator. He has been blogging about green issues since 2007. He writes to raise awareness about environmental issues …
Charles Immanuel Akhimien is a newly graduated medical doctor who is passionate about the environment. In addition, he writes for various environment and human rights blogs and volunteers for non-profit organizations.
Deja Dragovic is a freelance writer, minimalist, vegan and cyclist. Originally from Montenegro, she has lived, studied and worked in many countries and speaks 7 languages.
Elizabeth Bold is a blogger, businesswoman and mother. Elizabeth has been a passionate environmentalist since the age of ten. She blogs about current environmental issues as well as about her attempts at living sustainably.
Heidi Beckwith is a high school teacher who has long had an affinity for nature and desire to be a good steward of these things. A little over a year ago, she stumbled upon permaculture as a way to not just be sustainable, but also to heal the problem areas of the planet.
Inka Leisma loves to blog about eco-fashion, books, Finnish nature, cycling and recycling, and different aspects of society. For a living, she works in communications for a Finnish governmental agency.
Rajani Mani is a writer, documentary filmmaker and prolific doodler. She is very passionate about people’s mobilization and environmental action. As a filmmaker, she has attempted to tell stories that provoke and engage viewers in discussion and action.
Stefanie Neidenberg isn’t afraid to eat her vegetables! She waits at a cafe in her city and can also be found volunteering for things she believes in like equine riding therapy and wilderness protection.
Ty Schmidt is a father of two boys, physical therapist and chief pile turner at Carter’s Compost. He enjoys riding bikes, working in the garden, living simply, and learning something new every day.
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