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Remo Giuffre
Founder & Director
Bondi Beach, Sydney, Australia

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Nathalie Swainston

Head of Digital and Community | The Climate Council

Sydney, Australia

Generally thinking:

Business, Work & Strategy
Technology & The Future
Global Issues
Sustainability & Environment
Government & Community
Arts & Entertainment
Creativity & Design

My tags:

ActivismAdvertisingBrand StrategyClimate ChangeCommunityCultureDigital MediaEnvironmentFoodHistoryScienceMarketingMusicPhilanthropyPhotographyPoliticsSocial ChangeStrategy GeneralSustainabilityTechnologyTravelWriting

Very good at:
+ Solving problems.
+ Getting people excited about ideas.
+ Nerdy things.

About me & my work:

In my day job, I use a mix of technology and communications to make really complicated climate science accessible.

I've worked in various digital, brand, marketing, strategy roles in agencies big and small, Consulting, NFPs and Corporations. I'm passionate about the power of technology to improve people's lives, and deepen their connection to their communities and policy makers. And while we're listing interests... I'm also interested in the quantified self movement, the rise of persuasive technology and the increase in study and exploration of how technology can facilitate behaviour change. So, many interests, but above all I'm just a bit of a geek.

Of an evening, for the last 5 and a bit years, I've run a fortnightly event called High Tea with a few friends. It's based in a warehouse in central Sydney, and plays host to some of the country's best musicians in an intimate, candlelit setting. So going back to interests again - the role of music and the arts in building community is also a biggie for me.

My links:

Climate Council | The Climate Council exists to provide independent, authoritative climate change information to the Australian public. Why? Because our response to climate change should be based on the best science available.

High Tea | Facebook group


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