Eloisa Lewis is a climate scientist and founder of New Climate Culture, a think tank that brings together experts across multiple disciplines to help communities and companies across the globe plan for and remediate climate change. She and her team are focused on designing, building, and rebuilding internal and external structures to be regenerative environments that boost biodiversity and are resilient to disasters.
She is a frequent speaker at global events on topics ranging from decolonizing built environments to the future of psychedelics (The National Psychedelic Conference 2022) to the role of permaculture in preventing natural disasters (Natural Disasters Expo 2023). Lewis has been interviewed by Politico, Yahoo, The Weather Channel, House Digest, Green Entrepreneur, Mother Earth News, and Sustainable Living Radio, among others. She often writes for consumer publications on how individuals can integrate sustainable habits into their daily lives from home gardening to decorating to travel and shopping.
With degree certifications from Harvard and St. Andrews, her passion for the environment has become her business as she and her partners work with communities to rebuild their internal and external structures to be regenerative environments that boost biodiversity and are resilient to disasters.