Stefano Cisternino is an accomplished environmental journalist and junior project manager with expertise in environmental mainstreaming and eco-education.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in international studies from the University of Trento (Italy) and a master’s degree in Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of Uppsala (Sweden). His academic journey equipped him with advanced proficiency in both quantitative and qualitative sociopolitical research methodologies. His primary focus lies in assessing the impact of climate change and anthropic processes on international sociopolitical dynamics. He holds a postgraduate Master’s degree in European Design from the University of Perugia (Italy), gaining extensive knowledge in writing and managing calls and projects at the local, national, and European levels, particularly in the areas of urban regeneration, environmental awareness, and eco-education.
Since 2021, Stefano has been a prominent contributor to various newspapers in Italy, Sweden, and Great Britain. His articles predominantly explore the intricate relationship between gender dynamics and climate change. In parallel, he has diligently served multiple national and European institutions, specializing in Institutional communication. Notable organizations he has collaborated with include the Apulian Department of Environment, the Italian Government, and the European Commission.
After working in the press office of the Directorate General of Environment within the European Commission, he joined the Rural Pact Support Office as Communication Officer.
He is fluent in Italian, English and Spanish.