Greentumble was co-founded in 2015 by us (Sara and Ovi) with the goal to inspire people throughout the world to open their minds, and change their attitudes and behaviors towards a more sustainable lifestyle.
It all started in Oneaga, a small village in North-East of Romania. We decided to quit the rat race and get back to living with Nature. Often, in the evenings, we were brainstorming ways we could get involved in solving the environmental crisis we face today.
The environment (the Earth) is the place we call home. It is where we live, breathe, eat and raise our children. Our entire life support system depends on the well-being of all of the species living on this planet. Thus, it is our responsibility to ensure that future generations enjoy the right to a healthy environment, in the same way like we have it now.
Summer 2015 – We created…
Greentumble gives Nature a voice. We managed to raise awareness to over 450,000 people
so far and more than 890 bloggers, teachers and parents are actively using our online resource to learn or teach about environmental issues such as deforestation, endangered species, waste, pollution, global warming, and many more.
If you are new to our online community, we invite you to join our team – big changes require all of us to work together.
If you’ve been part of the Greentumble community already, we thank you. None of our work would be possible without you. You’re a true environmental hero!
Meet the Team
Sara is a nature addict and animal lover. She holds a graduate degree in Environmental Science with specialization in Climate Change from University of Hohenheim and the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences in Vienna.
Protection of the environment, endangered species and animal welfare are the biggest concerns of hers. In her free time she enjoys outdoors with her dog, horse riding and traveling.
Ovidiu is an internet marketing specialist who values innovation, creativity and hard work.
He is a motivated and energetic person who takes initiative, enjoys finding solutions to many different challenges and has a true passion for nature and wildlife. His main hobbies are hiking, camping and bushcrafting.
Daphne has worked on EU and UK environment policies for over 6 years. With a background in advocacy and communications, she is passionate about our environment and finding solutions to today’s global challenges.
In addition to being a regular contributor to Greentumble, Daphne is the Advocacy Officer for Scottish Environment LINK, a network of over 35 Scottish environment charities, working together for a more sustainable future.
Amy is a retired attorney and businesswoman, having worked in many industries ranging from environmental engineering to informational technology.
She has published three fictional novels, and is presently working on her fourth while farming sustainably in the mountains of Virginia, working as a vocational counselor for disabled adults and blogging at Tiny Dancer.
Deogracias Benjamin Kalima
Deogracias is a Malawian freelance journalist who has passion for nature. He has been writing for 5 years on rural development, agriculture and climate change. He is reporting about local individuals and communities combating with environmental challenges.
Deogracias is also a social researcher and has worked for the University of Amsterdam in academic research project on Social Exclusion of Vulnerable Youths in Malawi.
Megan Ray Nichols
Megan Ray Nichols is a blogger and freelance science writer who loves exploring environmental science and sustainability topics. She is a nature lover at heart and enjoys spending her free time hiking nearby trails, swimming, and canoeing.
In addition to being a regular contributor to Greentumble, Megan runs her own blog, Schooled By Science. There, she enjoys discussing scientific discoveries and exploring the world around her. Follow Megan on Twitter @nicholsrmegan.
Kate is a political journalist from rural Pennsylvania. She holds a Bachelors degree in English and loves writing about topics related to the environment and social change.
In her free time, she enjoys hiking the beautiful mountains of the Tioga and Lycoming areas of PA, searching for inspiration. She enjoys living a sustainable, eco-friendly life and is passionate about getting the word out there on how we can all be a little more green.
Emily is a conservation and sustainability writer. After graduating with a Bachelors degree in English, she decided to pursue her passion of environmental advocacy through her writing. She is motivated by educating others about how to help tomorrow’s planet today.
In addition to being a regular contributor to Greentumble, Emily is the editor of Conservation Folks. You can also follow her latest updates on Twitter @emilysfolk.
Rebecca is a writer and blogger who loves to write about the environment and sustainability.
She holds a Master of Science Degree in Applied Ecology and a Masters in Sustainable Development from Indiana University’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs.
In addition to writing for Greentumble, Rebecca enjoys working in her permaculture-inspired garden, preparing nourishing whole foods, and visiting national parks.
Daniel grew up on a small farm on the south coast of Western Australia, and as such, have always had a close connection with nature. Currently, he spends his time travelling the world and discovering new places, cultures, and languages.
He is an ocean fanatic – some of his closer friends wonder if he is half fish. He loves diving, surfing, underwater photography, and basically any activity involving salt water. He also enjoys playing Australian football with his current team, the Paris Cockerels.
Cir z Horova Dvora
Cir is the one who does all the thinking. He has got great social skills, has done a lot of traveling, masters many different languages and has lived in diverse environments. But most of all he loves forests, mud and water.
He is truly a spiritual guy, who worships life in its purest form. He lives off-the-grid, does not like shopping and finds many ways how to reuse garbage. Possessions don’t make him happy, love and nature does.