EDITORIAL PUBLICATION "Amalie Harris Barfod's story"
-"When I was a child I had a white butterfly that lived on my forehead during the day and I had made a flower bed where it slept during the night. I found it on the road, it was injured and couldn’t fly. I remember this so clearly and I just loved that little butterfly that I called Helbert. It was with me the whole days. After a couple of days, I sat with it outside and it suddenly flew away out into the woods again. This experience of taking care of something so small and so vulnerable and helping it to gain strength, really was a way for me to connect with another part of the natural world, a part that were fragile and need gentle care. This is an experience that still grows its roots in me today many years later. It makes me think about how important it is supporting our children in building empathy for the natural world. Having empathy for our natural world is one of my strongest values both in my personal life, as well as in my business values in my company"-