Giulia Marzetti is a sustainability enthusiast, currently working for the European Commission’s in innovation management and sustainable transport. Her expertise in Sustainable Infrastructures and Climate Change has brought her to be a delegate and speaker at the 12th Conference of Youth as part of COP22 in Marrakesh, a delegate to the 2019 UN Regional Forum on Sustainable Development for the UNECE region, a delegate at the Obama Foundation Town Hall Europe, a Talent of the UN Innovation Lab for Sustainable Development Goals and a Delegate at the Yunus Social Design Lab in Bangladesh.
Giulia is part of the “European Footprints” project, a millennials’ initiative to raise awareness of environmental issues and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and engage communities connecting them with sustainability local initiatives. Giulia was a youth speaker with the UN Major Group for Children and Youth at the 2018 G.STIC Conference in Brussels and a panelist at the last COP24 for the EU side event “Tapping the potential of Mediterranean Youth in climate action”.
Giulia has been involved with Rotary International for a number of years, volunteering on humanitarian causes and is now a local leader for the Women@EIT initiative, where she raises awareness of women in science and engineering.
How are you doing? [00:32]
What part of the world are you in right now? [00:41]
Which of your talents is responsible for us meeting? [00:52]
How did you connect with these organizations? [01:23]
You are a very caring person, Who did you learn that from? [02:31]
Why would you continue to repeat that skill of being kind? [03:06]
Where is the best place to connect with you? [03:40]
What are the thing you’ve done consistently over the last 3 years? [04:01]
How does it make you feel looking back from now to then? [04:37]
Why they should do what you’ve done? [05:35]
What is your earliest childhood memory? [06:30]
Why do you think this memory is so clear? [07:12]
Engel’s Insight – [07:53]
What was your favorite song when you were twelve years old? [08:24]
Declaration Time – [08:40]