Eleni Andreadis is a writer, sustainability specialist and educator.
Born in London, she has worked in many countries, including the U.S., where she focused on environmental policy and media at Harvard University.
She is the founder of the non-profit organisation Planet Agents, empowering children to take action on environmental issues. Over the last fifteen years, the organization’s experiential environmental programs for primary school children have been awarded by the Hellenic Ministry of Education and are offered as part of the national curriculum.
She’s the author of eight best-selling environmental books for children that have been translated in many countries worldwide. Her first book “Become a Planet Agent” received the Greek State Children’s Book Award in the Knowledge Book category.
Eleni has been a contributor and consultant for a variety of media, such as the BBC, Participant and Green TV, as well as corporate organisations on sustainability issues, and corporate organisations on sustainability issues. For her work in the intersection of sustainability and tourism, she recently received the Sustainability Hero of the Year award at the London TTG Awards.
She’s a member of the Greek Leadership Council of the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network.