“I believe there is still room for aesthetics in web design”
Andrew Bone, June 2019

Website Editor

Andrew Bone is the editor and webmaster of these education and service provider websites:

Andrew is a web designer, and is enthusiastic about open-source content management systems, such as WordPress. He participates regularly in the online web design community, and contributes plug-ins and themes to the WordPress repository.

Andrew also manages the Renewable.Media network, which is a platform for companies and individuals to promote their renewable energy activities and services, if they are beneficial to the environment and society.

Technical Translator

25 years as a technical translator (mainly German and Italian to English).

As a qualified environmental auditor, Andrew is specialised in the writing, editing, and translation of environmental documents of every type.

His experience covers energy audits, EIS, EIA, LCA, reports and website content for government departments, environmental consultancies, and NGOs.

His clients include, amongst others:

  • SANU

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  • FAGES
  • Carbotech AG
  • FOEN/BAFU
  • BUWAL
  • Swiss Federal Environmental Agency

  • EAWAG
  • EMPA
  • ETH
  • SUPSI
  • University of Bern, School of Climate Sciences
  • University of Basel
  • University of Fribourg
  • ZHAW
  • GeoForum
  • Kläranlageverband Kloten/Opfikon, Glattbrugg
  • Basler & Hofmann AG
  • SBB
  • BTS Engineering
  • Fire Dept. Ticino
  • Ernst Basler & Partner
  • AlpTransit AG
  • Friotherm AG
  • Miteco AG
  • VSOE

Science writer and journalist

Along with fiction, website content, and translations, Andrew writes journalistic articles.

Science educationalist

Andrew has been a teacher and consultant to schools and educational establishments for many years, and is editor-in-chief of an online high school science and mathematics resource website: ScienceLibrary.info

Qualifications:

  • BSc (Hons) Environmental Science
  • MSc Environmental Management
  • Dip. PC (Pollution Control) – Environmental Auditor
  • Languages: English, German, Italian, French

Available for:

  • Science-based translations
  • Environmental consultation
  • Website content design
  • Content marketing authoring

Renewable Energy Media Office

Putting the science back in the debate

Renewable.Media is a media office. We investigate issues, interview key players in renewable energy matters, and write articles for online and print newspapers.

This is a list of the most recent articles published in the general media, by our science journalist, Andrew Bone.

  • Switzerland waiting for Godot

    Feb 2019 Swissinfo.ch

    As the EU moves forward into the new energy paradigm, and states all over the world are putting 100% renewable plans into action, reaping the economic benefits of new energy technologies, Switzerland is starting to look very last century. Like Vladimir and Estragon under their tree in Beckett’s play, Switzerland is waiting, but has forgotten what for.


  • Erneuerbare Energien fordern den fossilen Koloss heraus

    24/01/2019 Journal21

    Die Dekarbonisierung oder Eliminierung von Kohle, Gas und Öl aus dem Energiemix in allen Sektoren ist ein wesentlicher Bestandteil der Strategie zur Erreichung der Ziele der Pariser Vereinbarung von 2015 und damit integraler Bestandteil der Klimapolitik der 194 Unterzeichnerstaaten. Dieser Artikel untersucht, inwieweit erneuerbare Energiequellen fossile Brennstoffe in der Stromerzeugung aufholen. Zu diesem Zweck werden vier wichtige nationale und regionale Einzelleistungen anhand des Benchmarks des Jahres verglichen, in dem neue erneuerbare Energien die fossilen Brennstoffe in der Stromerzeugung überholen sollen.


  • Wind Blowing up an Investment Storm

    Umwelt.Science

    Renewable energy has proven itself a viable alternative. But can it survive the latest EEG reform?


  • Is the energy revolution faltering?

    Swissinfo.ch

    As Switzerland braces itself for yet another heated debate on its energy future, what is happening to the revolution begun by its northern neighbour?


  • Nuclear Future?

    Umwelt.Science

    Why are countries like Germany and Switzerland phasing out nuclear power..?