Isabella Guerrini De Claire is today a conscious healthy eating person.
Living-food advocate, writer, cook, educator, workshop leader,
Isabella developed an educational curriculum for sustainable living,
a systemical approach with groups, managers, staff, children and families
and disadvantaged people based on the teaching
Degree in Agribusiness specialised in Land Design Management at
Perugia University in Italy - PhD in Land Restoration.
Isabella in Italy has been working also as bio-economy and sustainability advisor, a journalist for food,
agriculture and gardening main magazines.
She sustains that healing and sustainability are issues we all touch every day
by how we listen to ourselves, the way of eating, what we eat for breakfast, lunch, and dinner,
and on a personal level, there is a lot we can do for Mother Earth.
In the last few years she has been desperately ill and
she attributes her recovery to “mindfulness food-body-related” and to the quality of “inner listening”.
Now she has changed her professional life, working mainly in Scotland,
reducing her footprint and her actions from a large-scale to
small actions and consciousness from each small step.
She is the founder and director of Aurora Sustainability Consultancy,
focused in project management integrating The Natural Step framework
with Circular and Blue Economy approaches.
Isabella supports projects from the initial "seed" development,
stakeholders partnership and resources funding, through providing project strategy support
across the team and leads sustainability integrative design and marketing delivery.
She supports programmes and organisations to ensure they have
the best possible solutions for their challenges and innovations.
She contributed to sustainable development for almost twenty years.
Isabella has been working with selected partners and clients,
helping them making the transition to sustainability, delivering many programmes worldwide:
Italy, Scotland, Croatia, Middle East, USA and more.
Isabella helped successfully local farms thrive in international context,
EU partnerships for the economic development of local food;
linking farmers to markets, supporters and funds,
building healthy communities through making connections
to agriculture, tourism, landscape and
local sustainable food systems.