John is a CPA currently working in the Washington DC area. He is interested in the business side of green technology.
Max holds a Masters degree in International Environmental Policy from Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University in Beppu, Japan. Currently he’s grinding out a PhD in Asia-Pacific Studies focusing on the importance of sustainable energy services for poverty reduction in South and Southeast Asia.
Sean is a public policy professional with experience in advocacy and program management on international economic, trade, and U.S.-Asia relations issues. His interests include renewable energy technologies; linkages between innovation, economic development, and sustainability; and environmental management issues in the Pacific Northwest. A Seattle area native, Sean is a graduate of Wesleyan University and the Elliott School of International Affairs at The George Washington University, and has extensive work and research experience in Japan.
Michael works at the NRDC (Natural Resources Defense Council).
Chris graduated from Dickinson College with a Bachelor’s degree in Spanish and International Business & Management. His undergraduate experience analyzing the quota systems on printing and laundry engendered an interest in environmental sustainability. Specifically, he is interested in what the private sector is doing – through innovative practices and products – to reduce its own and its customers’ ecological footprints.
Nick is a graduate of the University of Colorado Denver’s Environmental Science and GIS program. He is interested in the integration of renewable energy sources and the private sector’s conversion to green technologies.
Akane is a consultant at The World Bank with a Master of Arts in Environmental and Resource Policy from George Washington University. She is interested in international cooperation on climate change policy.
Alison is a sustainability and carbon management consultant at Fluid Market Strategies in Portland, Oregon.
Matt works in Global Green’s New York City Office. Matt has a Master of Science in Environmental Management and Policy from the International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics (IIIEE) at Lund University, Sweden.
Mac will periodically write up his thoughts on the burgeoning number of organic alcoholic beverages popping up around the country and world. Revolutionary Spirits will be a 2nd Green Revolution online collection of his reviews and thoughts for libation lovers everywhere.
Harold Manger retired from the Lockheed Martin Corporation in 2008. He has a PhD in Industrial Organizational Psychology from Georgia Institute of Technology and an MBA from Rutgers University.
Currently living in Tokyo, Justin is a businessman passionate about using the private sector to bring about positive change, especially in our energy paradigms. Justin has a Masters degree in International Trade Policy from the Monterey Institute of International Studies. His undergraduate work focused on Economics and English at Emory University. He is co-founder of 2nd Green Revolution.
Josh is an international energy analyst.
Jane is a fellow in the Energy and National Security Program and the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).
Houston is the Director of Marketing at Software Advice. He writes for the Software Advice construction blog. He enjoys researching and reporting on trends in technology, and has a particular interest in developments in “green” technology.
Kim earned her PhD from Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment. She currently works for the USDA Forest Service – Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory.
Heather is a 2008 graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara. Heather is enrolled at UCSB’s graduate school to study environmental science. She is interested in sustainable solutions for urban and agrarian development and conservation.
Noelle has a BS in Biochemistry and is a current Master’s student at the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management at UC Santa Barbara. Her specialization in “Energy & Climate” is supplemented by a focus on sustainable development in global food systems.
Amy is the Manager of Communications and Special Events at Crossroads College Preparatory School in St. Louis, Missouri.
Dalton is an executive in the transportation industry.
Phil is an active supporter of protecting the environment and sustainability initiatives, and has worked with various environmental groups. He received his degree from Western Michigan University in Environmental Studies in 2007.
Jono is an energy auditor, green building consultant, and building performance analyst working with Elysian Energy and the DC Department of Environment Free Home Energy Audit Program for all homeowners within the District of Columbia. He has worked in sustainability and the area of green building consulting since graduating from the Monterey Institute of International Studies in 2006. Jono enjoys camping, making salsa, and screaming Geaux Tigers during an LSU football game.
Noah is a former Business Intelligence Developer at IdleAire, Inc.
Megan earned a Masters in Environmental Science from the University of Colorado Denver. Her main interests are in food systems and agricultural sustainability. Her thesis topic looked at food deserts in Denver County.
Hunter Sykes is a sustainability consultant with Coldstream Sustainability Group, a 20-year ski industry veteran and the director of the film: Resorting to Madness: Taking Back Our Mountain Communities. He holds an MA in International Environmental Policy from the Monterey Institute of International Studies.
Susan plans to graduate with her master’s degree from the University of Tokyo in 2012. Her interests include urban studies, energy and climate change, food security, international relations, and Japan.
Stephen is an urban planner committed to equitable development. He has run affordable housing and smart growth policy campaigns in the Washington DC region, set up temporary housing in Post-Katrina New Orleans, and lived and worked in India, South Africa, and Chile. He earned a Masters in Urban and Environmental Planning from the University Of Virginia School Of Architecture and a Bachelors Degree in Anthropology from Emory University. He currently resides in Ann Arbor, MI.
Jason was born and raised in central Vermont. He currently resides in Arlington, Virginia.
A co-founder of 2nd Green Revolution, Eric is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Colorado Denver’s School of Education and Human Development. His doctoral dissertation looks at buildings as teaching tools.
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