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Amelia Ochoa Escala

Science Communication & Project Management

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Fundraising graduate with working experience across private, public and third sector. Currently managing a European scientific & technological project in the area of Communication, Marketing, and Events. Formidable communications experience acquired through working in fast-paced, international environments. A quick learner and a team player with a sense of initiative, easily adaptable to different work contexts.

Portfolio

Videos

Graphic materials

SUNRISE
09/25/2019
Circular economy's infographs

Three infographics to understand why the circular economy is a sustainable solution for the EU

SUNRISE
05/01/2019
Official factsheet

A two-pager explaining SUNRISE initiative's main facts and figures

SUNRISE
04/01/2019
Official leaflet

An official leaflet to give an overview of the SUNRISE initiative's mission and goals

Online actions

FAO
01/09/2015
Soils through Youth's Eyes

For the celebration of the International Year of Soils, the Young Professionals for Agricultural Development (YPARD) kicked-off a photo-calendar contest with the scope of creating a photo-calendar for 2015 with the theme “Soils through Youth’s Eyes.”

News & Interviews

SUNRISE
12/10/2019
SUNRISE's booth rocks at COP25!

"Is the artificial photosynthesis really feasible? How can these innovative technologies be scaled-up? When will they be comercializad?" These were some of the most frequent questions...

European Parliament
10/07/2013
Shale gas drilling: find out how it works

On 9 October MEPs vote on whether shale gas exploration and extraction should be subject to mandatory assessments of their impact on the environment

PR & Clippings

SUNRISE
02/13/2020
Kick-off of the SUNERGY initiative

Over 100 stakeholders of the Coordination and Support Actions (CSAs) SUNRISE and ENERGY-X gathered on February 5-6, 2020 in Brussels for the kick-off meeting of SUNERGY, a large-scale research and innovation (R&I) initiative...

RTVE
12/09/2019
Lab24 - Reportaje: Copiando la naturaleza

En Tarragona, el Instituto Catalán de Investigación Química trabaja en diversos proyectos basados en la fotosíntesis artificial para dar respuesta a la necesidad de encontrar fuentes de energía alternativas a los combustibles fósiles.

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