Kale Roberts, Blogging Coordinator and Former Editor

Kale Roberts Mother Earth NewsKale Roberts is Blogging Coordinator and former renewable energy beat editor for MOTHER EARTH NEWS. Since 2016, he works as a Program Officer with ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability USA where he supports cities across the country to manage greenhouse gas emissions and develop their climate action plans. His previous roles have been as Climate Change Adaptation Support with the United Nations Development Programme in the Asia-Pacific region, a Program Coordinator for the Alliance to Save Energy’s Green Campus Program in Northern California, and a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer in the Kingdom of Thailand (2010-2012). He was a Rachel Carson Scholar at the Bard Center for Environmental Policy from 2014-2016 (M.S., Climate Science and Policy). He is based in New York's Hudson Valley.

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Read Kale's MOTHER EARTH NEWS articles:

The Carbon Market's Role in Combating Climate Change

An Impressive Passive Solar Home Design

Renewable Energy is Not Always 'Green': Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Hydroelectric Reservoirs

Cost of Renewable Energy Now Competitive with Cost of Fossil Fuels

Drought and Climate Change: New Report Predicts What’s Ahead

Compare Solar Prices on ‘EnergySage’

Distributed Energy: Powering the Electricity Grid Together

Grow Warm-Weather Plants Year-Round with a Chinese Greenhouse

Farm Labor Exposé Earns 2013 James Beard Award

65 Tips to Save Money Through Self-Reliance

Green Sports Alliance Brings Sustainability to the Sports Industry

New Wave-Energy Project in Oregon

Find a Community-Supported Fishery

Illegal Front-Yard Vegetable Gardens: Des Moines Considers Home Garden Ban

Energy-Efficient LED Lighting Hits the Streets: 95 Percent of Cities Satisfied

How to Check for Seed Viability (with Video)