Anette and Susanne Bastviken are the sisters behind the blog and business Radical Broccoli. Their vision is to make it trendy and easy for the everyday modern person to be environmentally friendly and feel amazing. They truly belive that what is good for us, is also good for the planet.
They are always searching for inspiring places, people, products, and food that is in line with the values they live after – that can make the oceans cleaner and the earth a better place. This is well documented on their blog, where you can read about everything from eco-friendly traveling and second-hand clothes to delicious plant-based food and hardcore facts about plastic and recycling.
Anette and Susanne are public speakers on the principles of an eco-friendly lifestyle. This year they were nominated to “top 30 under 30 leading stars who will change the world towards the better” in D2 Magazine. They are authors of the best selling book “Jordnært - Enkle tips til en mer miljøvennlig hverdag”. They have been front figures in the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) campaign on animal extinction. They have made appearances on Norway’s biggest national TV channel NRK in the series «Planet Plast», the Norwegian media house VGTV, TV2 and on BBC Radio talking about plastic-free living. They have also done consulting work for organizations such as EAT Foundation and Æra Strategic Innovation.
Radical Broccoli also works with the environmental organization Nordic Ocean Watch.
Susanne has a background from the EAT Foundation, A.T. Kearney and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP). She has been part of associations such as CBS Model United Nations and Association of Norwegian Students Abroad and has volunteered at Ryes Café. Susanne holds an M. Sc. in Business and Administration from Copenhagen Business School. Susanne likes all things related to water and photography.
Anette has a background from the EAT Foundation, Norwegian Armed Forces, and The Norwegian Atlantic Committee. Anette has engaged herself in volunteer work through the Norwegian Red Cross and Women in War and International Politics (WIWIP). She holds an M.A. in War Studies from Kings College, London. Anette loves hiking, yoga and has recently fallen for surfing. She founded the podcast «På krigsstien».