“From culture to climate change, we aim to put the Logic into ecoLogicc bringing you all things sustainability.”
At ecoLogicc we provide a platform for scientists, specialists and enthusiasts to reach like minded audiences to enable discussion and showcase topics that may have missed your news streams. With a focus on sustainability and all things ‘eco’, we strive to enlighten and intrigue.
The three pillars of sustainability (environment, economy, society) is a concept we hold dear at ecoLogicc. It’s broad yet holistic overview of the world is an ideology we endeavour to bring forward into our articles to produce well-rounded content to a wide audience.
With articles dropping every week, much of the content will be headed up by our two founders (see below) both with strong climate change and sustainability backgrounds. But this is place for all to share love for the planet and so guest writers will feature too! If you have something to share feel free to contact us. We would be delighted to hear what you have to say.
Ultimately, we hope to share insightful and engaging content on all things ‘eco’. Our aim is to show you the fundamental processes involved with our planets systems without becoming too verbosely scientific or technical. We think it is so important that you all understand just how easy it is to become ecological stewards of our planet.
We aim to put the Logic into ecoLogicc.
MSc Sustainability & Consultancy (UoL), BSc Geography (UoS)
With a master’s degree in Sustainability & Consultancy, built on the foundations of human and physical geography, I’ve gained an innate ability to view holistically the many issues of our world. Having conducted extensive research on carbon pollution in the infrastructure sector, I have an interest in the importance of greenhouse gas emissions and its negative effect on the climate.
But climate change is not simply just an environmental concern.
Exposure to the consultancy context has highlighted to me the importance of environmental, economic and societal interconnections. The complex overlap and intertwinings of these three pillars form the foundation of human life on the planet, and it is the grapple to untangle these perspectives and its resultant debate that ignites my passion for sustainability discussion.
It is with this lens I aim to look at world issues and bring forward the conversation to you in an accessible and relatable manner. I hope to further stir debate, quash misunderstanding and spark your passion for a subject, I believe, is at the heart of our very existence.
MSc Climate Change (UCL), BSc Geography w/ Oceanography (UoS)
As a climate change graduate, I have been exposed to some of the most novel research in climate change science and have witnessed firsthand how policy is being implemented on the world stage during my time working for the United Nations in Geneva. It is difficult to narrow my interests as I find all the drivers and impacts of climate change both deeply interesting and perplexing. Consequently, I hope to share with you, the readers, a wide range of topics that have our environment and climate at the heart of the discussion. I want to share simple ideas and fascinating facts that will help everyone and anyone understand our planet.
P.S. It is not as difficult to understand as you think.
The origins of my interest in the environment stemmed from my love of sports and the outdoors as well as a keen interest in Geography from a young age. I have always admired different cultures and environments and how they interact. Fast forward to university and it is something I rarely explored in a heavily physical science-based undergrad but I am glad to have explored the interaction between social and physical science comprehensively during my master’s degree.
As we mentioned, we always encourage collaboration so if you’d like to get in touch with us about becoming an author or simply to discuss our planet we would love to hear from you! Just drop us an email or contact us via social media.