Contact Simran.

Named “the environmental messenger” by Vanity Fair & a top ten eco-hero of the planet by the UK’s Independent, Simran Sethi is a journalist and educator focused on environmentalism, sustainability & social change. She is writing a book on the loss of biodiversity in our food system & is the host of the PBS QUEST series on science & sustainability. Simran is also an associate at the University of Melbourne’s Sustainable Society Institute in Australia.

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WATCH: "Picturing the Invisible: A Conversation with Artist Chris Jordan" Google Hangout with Simran

READ: Simran featured in "Food Freedom and the People who are Planting the Seeds of Change" on The Huffington Post

WATCH: "Back to the Wild: Wolves, Seeds and Snapshots" on QUEST TV and all QUEST episodes hosted by Simran



Simran has lectured in Australia, China, Turkey, Italy, Spain & the United States at places ranging from Harvard University to SALT, & moderated events with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon & CGI.

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Simran has been featured on Vatican Radio, CNBC, MSNBC, The History Channel & the Sundance Channel, & is the host of the PBS QUEST series on science & sustainability.

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Simran has been an adviser to NGOs, including the Center for Environmental Health, on brand strategy, story-based engagement and social media for social change. 

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Simran’s research on how psychology can illuminate & transform our collective reluctance to address social & environmental challenges & help us foster dialog with unlikely allies.

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Simran will will moderate "Forest landscapes for food and biodiversity" at the Forests Asia Summit 2014 on May 6, and will keynote the APGA Annual Conference on June 26.

Details here.