Estefania Villavicencio

    Estefania is an energy transition advocate from Mexico City. With over five years of experience in the areas of journalism, consulting, and event production, she enjoys communicating our society's pathway toward a net-zero carbon future.
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    Do you know fungi are silent climate warriors?

    These fungal networks do not only feed the mushroom itself, but clean the soil from toxins, sequester carbon, and supply nutrients surrounding the plant. They can grow underground, but also live in other places like rotting tree trunks, as a single spore can develop into mycelium. 

    Methane mitigation: a powerful ally in climate change battle

    Pursuing all the proposed mitigation measures could slow the global-mean rate of near-term decadal warming by 30%, avoid a quarter of a degree of additional global-mean warming by 2050, and set ourselves on a path to avoid more than half a degree centigrade by 2100.


    ‘Grow’ by Daan Roosegaarde is a marvel on sustainable farming

    Roosegaarde’s artwork GROW is an homage to the beauty and importance of agriculture. Red and blue lights wash like waves over an enormous field surrounded by darkness.

    3 ways how your new clothes are costing the environment

    Do you know that around 35% of all microplastics come from such synthetic fabrics? Often, they are priced at a low cost and offer a cheaper price

    Do you know fast fashion entices but degrades environment?

    It is the second biggest consumer of water and is responsible for 20 percent of global wastewater. It is hard to believe that the dyes used for colouring the clothes in the textile industry are the second largest water pollutants, just after agriculture that pollute fresh water.