Understanding Nature and being useful for the environment and humankind motivated Sara to become a climate scientist. After graduating in physics, she flew to The Netherlands to pursue a PhD in Atmospheric science, with a main focus on the clouds response to climate change. Afterwards, she moved to Germany to apply her knowledge on climatology and her experience as modeller to various environmental issues, including extreme precipitations and availability of natural resources for renewable energies. She believes that the way to move forward builds on solid understanding and the ability to predict the future.
Since he was young, Marco was interested in several things: music, innovation technologies, and climate issues being the main ones. After his degree in Sound Engineering, he decided to study Information Technology and get a MSc Degree with a focus on Big Data. He has developed a critical and scientific approach while maintaining the original attitude of a little boy, curious and captivated by nature and technology. So, he succeeded in cultivating two of his major interests by becoming a Big Data Engineer at Amigo Climate, where he manages infrastructural engines in order to translate climate data into knowledge. And guess what: he still spares time to play his guitar and sing.
A renaissance woman in the digital era, Giulia can engage in a conversation about climate issues with quotes from Shakespeare, Plato, and the latest superhero TV show. She has been conducting research in Italy and the United States as an educator and a translator, but after serving as project manager in some research initiatives, she left academia to face new challenges. Her expertise as a researcher in communication and her social science background give her a unique perspective in approaching scientific problems and climate change.