Communicating Sustainability:

Improving and Analysing the Climate Narrative.

Rethinking Climate is a youth-led non profit that tries to open conversations about complex and overlooked climate issues to make them more personal and accessible through interviews, engagement, and research. It was born from a personal consideration that there is currently a gap in the sustainability communication.

It is not only our narrative about sustainability, but how this is carried out.

On our podcast we interview professionals from diverse fields. We trust experts from a global network to bring different perspectives to our learning journey to show that there is a space for everyone in the climate movement.

Our mission is to use this project to provide objective considerations on this matter through research and various partnerships. Our next biggest step is to become an organization.


Asia guerreschi
president, research director, and spokesperson

Journalist and communication coordinator specialized in the third sector, Asia Guerreschi has a background in Media Studies and Physical Geography research with focus on Climate Change. Through research and communicating sustainability she wishes with experts to answer those hard questions about the climate crisis, so that we can expand this climate movement and do better for our present and future engaging with the general public, but also institutions and governments.

giulia ruffini
organization project manager & vicepresident

Giulia Ruffini graduated in Law with a major in International Law. She attended an International Summer School in Warsaw on Multiculturalism and Comparative Law. Activist for Human Rights and volunteer for many non-profit organizations. She works for the Italian Network of the Anna Lindh Foundation (ALF) and she is attending the Euro-Med Intercultural Trends course handle by ALF and UNIMED. She is passionate about projects and communication for the social. She writes and manages projects on social inclusion, poverty alleviation, women’s rights, and contrast to socio-educational poverty. She strongly believes there is no sustainability without inclusion.

Roberta bertani
visual content creator

Roberta Bertani completed a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Design University at ISIA Design in Florence. These years have allowed her to understand design in its total declination while providing me with the opportunity to develop and acquire creative, critical, and methodological skills to carry out design projects in all kinds of contexts. Her technical skills focus on Communication Design, Graphics, Editorial Design, User experience, Branding Identities, and the scope of Environmental Graphic Design. She thinks Visual Design is the language that best adapts to change, it can be used to improve social behaviours thanks to its flexibility and innovation in the world, which, in one way or another, it can contribute to sustainable development.

Amy Moses

Amy Moses is Molecular and Cell Biology graduate student in Cape Town, South Africa. Living in a country with extreme inequality highlights the interconnectedness of climate change mitigation and social justice. South Africa’s natural beauty has also allowed her to become very aware of why protecting our planet and wild spaces is so important. She is interested in scientific communication to make intimidating scientific information accessible to the public.

cristian colubriale
policy director & secretary

After graduating in International Cooperation and Development at the University of Bologna, Cristian decided to specialize in Environmental and Sustainability Studies. He spent a semester in Paris, at Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and thanks to this experience he acknowledged the importance of Smart Cities, Green Urbanism and Sustainable Mobility. He is also interested in Sustainable Agriculture and in the Food System, especially regarding Animal Rights and Wellbeing. He believes that the ongoing climate crisis involves every aspects of our life and that an effective communication will help to spread a sense of urgency to take action and fight climate change.

guendalina bettinelli
research assistant

Guendalina Bettinelli is an Environmental Policy Master Student at Sciences Po Paris with a former background in International Relations and Diplomatic Sciences (University of Bologna). Thanks to her experiences abroad, in Hamburg (Germany) and at the University of California, she has been able to build her passion for the environment and sustainable development. At home her family runs a small farm with her mum and sister where they produce bio products with fruits from trees planted by her grandfather.

Hannes jakob dreyer
contributing writer: focus on circular economy

Born and raised in Hamburg, Hannes Dreyer started his studies in economics there in 2016. In 2019, he completed a semester abroad at the Sorbonne and received a Bachelor of Science degree shortly after. Besides his studies, he has always worked, such as for the global company Fielmann AG and for a social research institute for several years. In 2021, he got accepted at Sorbonne University for a Master’s in Development Economics. Through a double enrollment, he will receive a Master’s in Economics and a Master’s in Development Studies.


carolina trella

Carolina is Ph.D. candidate in Social Psychology at the University of Kent, investigating the psycho-sociological barriers to collective action against climate change.

karolina panto

Radio journalist covering science and environmental topics, particularly interested in EU climate policy.