The Team

Writers

Hattie Nelligan is from Singapore and is a 2nd Year at the University of St Andrews, where she studies International Relations. Hattie writes Opinion pieces for UnEarth Magazine and is especially interested in environmental justice, racism and sustainable fashion.

Simone van Nieuwkoop is a 2nd Year student from Washington DC studying biology at the University of St Andrews. She covers Science and Technology for UnEarth Magazine, and holds a particular interest in topics ranging from climate change and food science to biodiversity and conservation technology

Michelle Marsh is a 3rd Year at the University of St Andrews, studying Philosophy and Anthropology. She is an Opinion writer for UnEarth magazine and is primarily interested in the cultural aspects of environmentalism, as well as radical ideas that encourage widespread, institutional change.

Tina Smaile is a 2nd Year at the University of St. Andrews studying Astrophysics. She is a writer and artist for the UnEarth magazine and focuses on maintaining a sustainable lifestyle. Tina is from Highland Perthshire in Scotland.

Amy Manvell is a first year Spanish and Sustainable Development student at the University of St Andrews. She is a political contributor for UnEarth who is particularly interested in climate justice, environmental policy, waste production and management, and sustainability in a digital age. Amy grew up near Brighton.

Maya Zealey is a 2nd year at the University of St Andrews studying Economics and International Relations. Maya covers Opinion for UnEarth magazine and is particularly interested in social justice, sustainable economic development and environmental economics.

Editors

Sylvie Parkus is a 3rd Year International Student at the University of St Andrews, where she studies Biology with a focus on Evolution. She serves as the editor for the Science & Tech section of the UnEarth magazine, and her interests involve anthropocentric threats to biodiversity, environmental ethics, and the short-term and long-term consequences of climate change on the environment

Alice Vine is a 2nd Year from Oxford, studying Geography and International Relations. She is an Opinion Co-Editor and Contributing Artist for UnEarth Magazine.

Artists

Holly Brown is from Nairn, in the Scottish Highlands. She is in her 3rd Year at the University of St Andrews and studies Philosophy. Her favourite medium to work with is watercolour paint and she is particularly inspired by Art Nouveau style and Post-Impressionist art. 

Tatiana Dickins is a 3rd year biology student at the University of St Andrews. She is an artist for UnEarth magazine and is excited about the prospect of creating more politically stimulated and conscious artwork.

Leadership

Aung Hein Htet is from Myanmar and is the head of publicity. Aung is currently in his first year studying English and Psychology. He is interested in water policy and management as well as climate change.

Oliver Walter