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Stories that inspire

Helping to find a little wildness in a changing world

Weaving a narrative with nature

We live in a world driven by stories.

Comedies, tragedies, grand heroics, all find their way into our daily lives today, as they have done for centuries.

Yet, one of our greatest actors is on a journey into the unknown.

Nature faces unprecedented challenges, and it's time to discover what part our own narratives have to play in the story of the natural world.

I focus on how we can ensure that nature takes a leading role on the human stage long into the future. Bringing together voices from ecology, astronomy, storytelling, science communication, arts and humanities, I use real life nature experiences to reconnect audiences with their human evolutionary history and give a glimpse of what a slightly wilder future could mean.

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Have a story to weave?

I offer training, workshops and communication services.

TEDx talk, Learning to Rewild (own image)

Interested in previous projects?

These are some of the stories that I have really enjoyed sharing.

Finding wildness
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Inspired by nature?


Find upcoming events and workshops on human rewilding.

Word of mouth

Gina is very strong in presenting the stories of scientific discovery. She writes superb English and can turn your (Dutch) communication idea into a professional piece. She has very creative ideas about science communication at all levels from local communities to political arenas.

Prof. Huib Jan van Langevelde



I love Gina's authentic and strong relation with nature. It is a pleasure to be in her energy field, she opens up to the beauty of the surroundings. Her poetic power is impressive. The way she uses language reflects the beauty of what she describes.

Viva Meesen

Dialogue Facilitator, Nature connection

I intensively collaborated with Gina on the language-editing and communication of my Cambridge Elements publication 'Forest Governance: Hydra or Chloris?'. I truly enjoyed this collaboration. Gina is very collegial, works effectively and delivers work of a high quality.

Prof. Bas Arts

Personal Chair in Forest Governance

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