About me

I am a reporter focused on the environment, EU politics and anything in between. I currently work as a freelancer for ANSA, Forbes and Voxeurop (among others). Never sleep.

My coverage of COP24 and COP25 appeared in several outlets in both English and Italian. For more than two years I have been writing about climate change, from a variety of angles. Some of the issues I have covered include the science behind air and water pollution, the link between COVID-19 and ecosystem degradation, the European Green Deal, sustainable building renovation and countries' steps towards renewable energy.

As Property Week’s data journalist, I handled market analysis, visualisations and investigations. I produced thoroughly researched articles and infographics on sustainability and environmental issues such as energy regulations, the use of technology across the industry, the risks posed by contamination or floods. My reporting of migration and politics appeared on various outlets, including Deutsche Welle, Al Jazeera, Euronews, Open Migration and SciDev.Net.

I completed my education across Italy, Germany and the UK. I studied History and Anthropology in Genoa, got my first MA in Political Science after a period spent at Potsdam University, then my second MA in Science Journalism at City University of London.

For a bolder climate action: women go to the Antarctic

In her novel Sur, the author Ursula K. Le Guin imagines an expedition to the South Pole by a group of South American women. The subtitle specifies that it’s A Summary Report of the Yelcho Expedition to the Antarctic, 1909–1910, written to be kept in a trunk in the attic and be found by the narrator’s grandchildren - just like an old buccaneer’s diary. Le Guin used her works of speculative fiction to ironically criticise and then undo both misogyny and colonialism.