Environmental Journalism & Communication
I am an an environmental journalist, economist and communicator. I create nature and impact related stories with multimedia storytelling.
I create stories that matter for people who care. With the combination of my journalistic experience and energy economic background, I try to tailor an environmental communication the best way possible.read more
“Bloody wind turbines, spoiling my view,” says one of the mine workers as we look on the enormous pit, created by the coal mining. Turów, one of the most controversial coal region, is not on such a clear path to the energy transition.
Exploring development of ecology movements among abandoned and hopeless streets of American bankrupt city.
As the first of the country’s six coal regions to start planning its coal phase-out, Eastern Greater Poland is the undisputed leader in Poland’s just energy transition. Grass-roots projects lie at the heart of their new approach to energy.
I went to Sassnitz, the center of the entire conflict, to find out who is pulling the strings. Surprising conversations, interesting interviews and illegal stroll though the harbour.
I visited the indigenous Berber community in Atlas Mountains to stay with them and learn about their connection with nature.
Once upon a time in New York I interviewed a senior advisor to President Barack Obama about science and energy issues.
During my last visit in United States I talked with women advocating for female representation in energy sector. The green game will be fair, clean and feminine.
Exploring Swedish clean air, pristine waters and the most logical waste management system in the world.
Despite the fact that the price of investment in wind power is dropping massively as its efficiency surges, turbines are still unwanted in Poland. What is the reason of wind power’s bad image?