About me

My name is Timi and I am passionate about sustainable living.

We, as a family started our ‘zero waste’ journey after our son, Max was born. We were astonished by the amount of disposable nappies we had to throw away every day. Soon after transitioning to cloth nappies, we got rid of all disposable products in our house, and 9 months down the line, we were able to completely unsubscribe from bin services to our home.

Since then, I have been featured in major publications such as the Irish Times, the Irish Examiner and Greennews.ie, in addition to appearing on Eco Eye, Ireland’s longest running environmental programme. I have given several talks on eco-friendly habits and Zero Waste Living at different forums from the Earth Baby Fair to LinkedIn’s headquarters in Dublin. Recently I was invited as a guest lecturer to the Technical University (formerly know as DIT).

My educational background is in Economics and I hold a Masters in Regional Development. From September 2019 I will start in Dublin City University, undertaking a Masters in Climate Change.

Currently I volunteer for the Cloth Nappy Library Ireland to promote the use of reusable nappies and to support parents who are already using cloth nappies.

Previously I was involved in the Conscious Cup Campaign and the Zero Waste Festival Ireland