About me

What can I say about myself? My name is Andrea and I am a biologist specialized in biodiversity conservation and ecology, a communicator and a yoga instructor, but above all I am an inveterate lover of nature, of human beings and of life itself.

Since I was a child I have been accompanied by a powerful admiration for all living things and a strong connection with nature. Therefore, issues such as climate change or the extinction of species have always been for me something terribly familiar and at the same time a source of great pain.

Because I am characterized by a heightened sensitivity to violence and the suffering of others, I have a certain facility for experiencing actions of contempt or mistreatment as if they were directed at me, and nature has been no exception. For a long time I have been feeling the destruction of ecosystems, landscapes and other forms of life as if a part of me was also being destroyed with them.

Living in this way has been and continues to be a great challenge for me given the intensity of my emotions and the difficulty of knowing how to channel them in a balanced and wise way. However, it has been thanks to my vulnerability, my innocence and my sensitivity that I have been able to love nature with all my being, that I have been able to discover the humanity that is reflected in every human being and that I have been able to immerse myself in the reflection of the deepest meaning of life.

This website and the work contained in it is the synthesis of all the learning I have acquired through my experiences, the teachings that nature has given me and my own personal reflections.

My purpose is to be able to transmit love and awareness for nature, for people and for life; to bring nature and its teachings closer to people and inspire them to connect deeply with her; to be a source of support and understanding for those who suffer from the same things I have suffered and to accompany them on their journey; to help, offer and serve as a value to the lives of others in whatever way I can.

Thank you from the bottom of my heart for being here,


You may say I’m a dreamer,
but I’m not the only one.
I hope some day you’ll join us
and the world will be as one

John Lennon – Imagine