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Nina Hill

Nina Hill

Nina moved to Byron Bay 7 years ago and instantly fell in love with the place. After completing a Bachelor Degree in Media and Journalism in 2010 she jumped straight into launching her own business in PR, marketing and communications with freelance writing on the side. Working in the fashion, lifestyle and music industry with clients that are both locally and nationally renowned, Nina loves the inspiration and exciting aspects of these industries but always wants to push for something more. “These industries are full of creative and inspiring people, so my work is always fun but my driving passion has always been social justice, humanitarian issues and environmental causes.” To balance her work within the fashion and lifestyle industry Nina has always volunteered with not-for-profit and environmental groups in PR, marketing, sales, events and communication. Now writing for Eco Citizen Australia Nina can combine her love for writing, creativity and environmental causes whilst writing about ever-inspiring people and ideas.

Latest Posts by Nina Hill:

Predicting Irukandji Jellyfish Blooms

July 26th, 2014

Irukandji

Irukandji Jellyfish inhabit the waters of Northern Australia and are particularly difficult to spot as they are only 2.5cm big. The Irukandji’s stingers are found not only…

Mental Health Awareness Could Save Lives

June 24th, 2014

mental health

Mental Health is an issue that is quite close to me. Growing up in a family where illness such as schizophrenia is a very big part of my loved ones life, means I understand the complications…

Microplastic – the monster of the deep

May 26th, 2014

microplastic zooplankton

It is safe to say that many plastics will never completely decompose. The only real way that plastic has been proven to break down to a certain extent is through photodegradation which…

The Ozone Layer Hole(s)

May 26th, 2014

ozone hole cfc monitoring

The ozone layer is a deep layer in the Earth’s stratosphere (the Earth’s upper atmosphere), which sits at about 15-30km above the Earth’s surface and protects all life…

Clean air and advertising all in one

May 26th, 2014

billboard air filter peru

It is proven that the biggest cities in the world produce the majority of our air pollution. This air pollution can cause detrimental damage to our health, causing diseases such as…

Byron Bay Organics

May 26th, 2014

byron bay organics

Based in the rolling green hills behind Byron Bay is Byron Bay Organics. Byron Bay Organics is dedicated to promoting the organic life. Through Byron Bay and Melbourne they pack, distribute…

Blue Eco Homes

May 19th, 2014

blue eco homes

Joe Mercieca has had a 26-year career in the Australian building industry. Building sustainable and eco homes has always been a dream of his with which Blue Eco Homes was born in 2010…

Simple sprouts are not so simple

May 12th, 2014

sprouts

There is little common knowledge known about sprouts in comparison to many other fruit and vegetables. Perhaps it’s the lack of their aesthetic appeal in comparison to a bright,…

Gorman

May 12th, 2014

gorman

Lisa Gorman in Fitzroy, Melbourne, established Gorman in 1999. Her designs have met great success since her first collection titled ‘less than 12 degrees’
Though very…

The Nightfall Wilderness Camp

May 12th, 2014

nightfall

It sounds like something out of a dream but let me tell you this place is real and it’s located just in our own backyard beside Lamington National Park near the Gold Coast and Brisbane,…

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