Emanuela Ester Zedda
Emanuela Ester Zedda, is an environmental hiking guide of the National Park of the Archipelago of La Maddalena. She was born and raised in Oristano, after a scientific maturity she followed a path of humanistic studies, but she has always pursued parallel training in the environmental field first as a zoophilic guard ASL and subsequently as Coadjutor in the control of wildlife in her province of residence. She studied Political Science at the University of Cagliari. In 2000 and 2001 she participated as a teacher in a pilot project for computer literacy promoted by the Sardinia Region, and in 2006 she graduated in Florence in Multimedia Education, with a thesis entitled “Garibaldi e Caprera- Un Uomo e un’Isola”, with which in 2007 she also won the second prize at the national poetry competition and narrative "Giuseppe Garibaldi". Since then her life has never been detached from that magical place that is Caprera.
Between 2000 and 2012 she had numerous professional experiences as a computer science teacher, including the most significant and decisive were those with minors subjected to judicial measures.
She has been dealing with environmental sustainability and human relations for years. In 2011, she embraced a born project from the idea of a boy from the Canton Ticino: together with another handful of people they have created one a real community on Facebook aimed at giving new life to old objects, encouraging their reuse through the practice of giving. Under the motto: & quot; Evolving means using resources at best ”was born & quot; You gift if you come to get it & quot ;, a community that today counts more than 400 thousand users, aimed at a management intelligent resources, respect for the planet and the rediscovery of social ties.
Meanwhile, the La Maddalena archipelago has gradually taken on an increasingly important role in her life, to which she gave a definitive turn in 2012, when after a course of two years she took enabling as an Environmental Hiking Guide, the case meant that my first assignment was right in the National Park of the Archipelago of La Maddalena, to which she is now deeply connected. She has been working here since 2013 and in this profession she has succeeded in reconciling her love for the environment with the desire to transmit and communicate positive values in a constant interaction with people, with the sea, with the islands and with the granite of these magical places made of wind and talking rocks!
She loves her job so much, and dreamed of this job growing up. Can we hope for better in life ?! She also worked as an environmental educator for Marevivo of the project "I Delfini Guardiani dell'Isola" for environmental sustainability, the rational use of resources and the dissemination of knowledge of the "limits" of human actions.
She is an arachnophile and passionate about entomology. She loves all animals and she is part of an association for the spread of equestrian culture.