Fernanda holds a Masters degree in Marketing Communications from the University of Westminster in England, a BA in Social Communication from UTP-PR, a Bachelor in Graphic Design from UFPR and is currently pursuing a Bachelor degree in Biological Sciences from UFRJ. She worked in communication agencies and marketing communication departments of large companies and non-governmental organizations in Brazil and abroad. She was an intern in the Laboratory of Vertebrates - Department of Ecology of UFRJ, researching about fauna conservation in Agroforestry Systems. She is also the co-founder of an NGO focused on scientific dissemination. As Communications Manager of the International Institute for Sustainability (IIS) and the Centre for Conservation and Sustainability Science (CSRio), she develops communication strategies for scientific dissemination, sensitization of decision-makers and implementation of conservation projects at community level - specifically focused on behavior change.
NATWiP Handbook – A handbook for practitioners to promote and inspire implementation of nature-based solutions in peri-urban areas
Stepping on invisible land: on the importance of communicating the value of soils
Framework for Planning and Evaluation of Nature-Based Solutions for Water in Peri-Urban Areas
Policy Brief: The European Union-Mercosur Trade Agreement: a solution for trade-related habitat loss in Brazil?
Behavioral Sciences applied to a sustainable soy chain
Holistic spatial planning is imperative to operationalise transformative goals: recommendations for the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework
On the Atlantic Forest trail: restoring landscapes and strengthening local production chains in the Central Fluminense Mosaic
More effort is needed to implement and disseminate soil protection measures for tropical soils
Expertise on #23 – Integrated approach: better choices for restoring ecosystems
Winners of the contest “SUSTAINABILITY: What does it mean to you?”
Guidelines for Forest Landscapes Restoration in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest and Amazon
Summary for public policies: prioritizing areas for forest recovery in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest
Summary for public policies: prioritizing areas for forest recovery in the Brazilian Amazon
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution: Local Perception in Forest Landscape Restoration Planning: A Case Study From the Brazilian Atlantic Forest
Earth Optimist Brazil 2021