I have study environmental planning at Roskilde University and have been working with green transition, both in private companies and in the public sector, since I graduated in 2006. In my spare time I am also involved in the green transition. I live in Hillerød (Denmark) with my children.
I trained as a civil engineer (FR), physicist (SE) and actor (DK) - in that order, and I currently work on several "green" IT projects for the Danish Business Authority. I spend my free time on climate and environmental issues. I live in Copenhagen (Denmark) with my wife and our children.
I am an Australian citizen with Danish heritage, working as a journalist and communicator. I am also co-founder of the Climate Emergency Declaration campaign, co-host of the weekly podcast The Sustainable Hour, and director of the Centre for Climate Safety. I live in Geelong (Australia) with my children.