Emanuela Rosa-Clot

Born in Turin, she moved to Milan in 1984 to attend the Carlo De Martino Journalism School and when the time came to decide her final internship, she chose the newspaper "La Notte". She was hired by the paper in 1986 as a reporter, later becoming senior entertainment editor (1988) and finally deputy editor-in-chief. She moved to TV in 1995, after the closure of "La Notte", joining "TV Sorrisi e Canzoni" as deputy editor; she moved to"Panorama" in 1999, where she writes on society and entertainment. When Urbano Cairo founded Cairo Editore, Rosa-Clot was part of the team and she launched "For Men" and "Natural Style", first as editor of the two monthly magazines, and as deputy editor-in-chief of "Natural" since June 2004. She has led "Gardenia" since July 2006; she was editor of "Bell'Italia" from 2009, of "Bell'Europa" from 2010 and of "In Viaggio" since 2013. For her work in spreading knowledge on gardening culture and horticulture, she was awarded the Giorgio Gallesio Prize in 2014, set up by the Comune di Finale Ligure and the Circolo degli Inquieti of Savona, which is awarded to those who have distinguished themselves in the field of nature and botany.

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