This month's selection of alumni have all followed career path with the environment and sustainability firmly in mind. Find out how they are striving to play their part in tackling green issues and climate change.
Leonie Beck's combined degree of French and European Union studies set her on a career path in communications for organisations including the European Space Agency and the European Parliament. She's now working for the United Nations in Bonn and is gearing up to inform the German public about COP26 through social media, websites and a podcast.
Michal Len's passion is reusing, repairing and recycling. From a field trip to Iceland in 2008, to working in Edinburgh Airport's Environment team, he has honed a career focussed on developing best practice and European policies, and is now Director of an international NGO in Brussels.
Gemma Sandie's two Edinburgh degrees represent her passions for both governance and climate, and she's putting that to good use as a Scottish government researcher for Scotland's Climate Assembly.
Chunli Zhang's first role after graduation was in investment banking, something that put her on a worthwhile learning curve. But in 2018 she decided to follow her passion and established her own start-up company, WeeKett, that produces smart home appliances. She tells us about being focussed on growing the successful business further, developing her knowledge of sustainable business, and her work to help other companies in Edinburgh be part of the circular economy.
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