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Who the hell do we think we are?
Just a little bit of info about the team behind TS…
Rima is a co-founder of Platforma EKO. She’s interested in public and environmental well-being, and believes that a holistic approach in education and critical thinking are the first steps to awareness and change. When Rima is not ‘greening’ the planet she loves travelling, exploring, learning new things and having adventures. If she would be a fruit she would be a pomegranate.
Eglė is currently based in her homeland Lithuania, studying for a masters in social work. Enthusiastic and always ready to learn new things, she wants to improve herself and the world we live in. Eglė has a strong interest in environmental problems, social projects, education, personal development, sustainability, volunteering and other topics which can change this world in a little bit more of a positive way.
John is an English man who firmly believes that Brexit is an act of idiocy. He gets excited about sustainability, recycling, and windmills. He’s also passionate about data privacy, an accessible internet, open source software, pickled onions and crisp sandwiches. He is a co-founder of Platforma EKO and the ethical web hosting company S4.
Laura is an HR professional who is passionate about a sustainable, simple, healthy and happy life. She’s not yet a sustainability guru, but small steps are what counts on this journey. She spent years in her youth volunteering at children day care centres, support lines, sports events, etc. Laura also likes foreign languages and writing, so it’s no surprise she is helping out with Lithuanian translations for TS. Laura believes that by sharing information, teaching, learning and good examples we can make a difference.
“How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.”Anne Frank