Emma Finnamore

Junior Communication Officer at REVOLVE

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My academic background is in International Relations, which I studied at Jacobs University in Germany and St Petersburg State University in Russia. There, I became interested in political ecology and further specialised in Environmental History at Trinity College Dublin in Ireland, writing about the relationship between nature and people. Professionally, I have experience in European climate policy and journalism, following a traineeship at the DG for Climate Action at the European Commission and an internship at Deutsche Welle.

Youth Vote: Shaping the EU’s Climate Future

Young Europeans demand robust climate action, holding leaders accountable for climate action as the EU votes.  Parliamentary hopefuls beam down…

Could the Ocean of Our (Not So) Distant Past Become Our Future?

Exploring the environmental decline of oceans and advocating for a return to a thriving marine ecosystem.  Beneath the surface, aquatic…

Nature-Based Solutions Want to Turn Europe Green, Literally

Experts advocate for the increase of green spaces in cities to restore biodiversity and bring health benefits to urban communities …