Matthias Heinrich - Social Media- & Community Manager

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Twitter, Facebook, Instagram: It would be impossible to imagine the day-to-day work of EuroNatur without social media. Matthias Heinrich has been looking after our communication channels since April 2020 and his fresh new ideas have enabled us to open up access to many new users. As a qualified media scientist, our new social media and community manager has been building up EuroNatur’s digital community and interacts constantly with our users and followers.

In his free time Matthias likes nothing better than to stroll across town and country with his camera, recording people, animals and landscapes in impressive pictures. His eye, trained in the language of images, helps him in his other sphere of responsibility with EuroNatur. Together with Mira Bell, Matthias is responsible for the video output of the foundation.

As Matthias says, “Despite all our technical achievements, we are still part of nature. I would like to help us once again to live more in tune with ourselves and nature, and not to destroy it for short-term gains.”

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