We’re united by our passion to change cities for better (and write about it). Meet our wonderful editorial team – all those that are currently writing for CityChangers.org, and those that have done so in the past, sorted alphabetically.
"If we were meant to stay in one place we'd have roots instead of feet" and so I move - in cities, between cities, up mountains (and back down again!). And all that using my feet as much as possible - the first mode of transport known to man and the cheapest! I love the outdoors and being in green space. I'm passionate about trying to protect and improve all that we've got and all that we could have to give every single part of nature the best life possible.
Editor in Chief
I'm passionate about including the next generation of CityChangers into the conversation, exploring my city, and meaningful conversations. In my free time, I enjoy the other good things in life: literature, hiking, and eating my way through Vienna.
Nature provides us with everything we need. Not just in terms of sustainable resources but also on an emotional level. Being outside and connecting with your surroundings brings so much joy. This is what I find worth protecting.
I studied (and cycled) at the Universities of Cambridge, Nottingham and Vienna. My day involves squeezing information out of cycling advocates, experts and policymakers, and then writing all the juicy bits into articles. When the climate crisis gives you lemons, ride bicycles.
Enthusiastic about real change that impacts real lives, from grassroots movements that are a thorn in the side to persistent problems, to inspirational individuals and collectives for whom enthusiasm is as much of a tool as expertise.
I love talking to passionate CityChangers from around the world, hearing their stories and what drives their activism, then writing up guides for others to get inspired by. There's only one thing that could top a car-free city for me, and that's one made out of chocolate... but a girl can only dream. In the meantime, I'll work on making the first come true.
"If we've got more stuff than we can use, more food than we can eat, and thereby more money than we can spend, the problems we've got to solve first are conceptual-logistical ones."
Nature lover who finds excitement in exploring new cities, discovering new things and writing about sustainability. Also in eating ice cream - ice cream's good. In my free time, I enjoy travelling, running and walking my Jack Russell terrier.
City enthusiast with a genuine passion for everything outdoor-related, especially when it involves a little bit of sunshine, my bicycle and some good company. For me, a liveable city is one with lots of green, vibrant public spaces and happy people on their bikes.
I can't imagine my daily life without my bike (and coffee)! But cycling often means fighting over space on the road with car drivers. That's why I want cyclists and pedestrians to get the space they deserve. Give me green spaces, walkable streets, and fresh air!