Kale Roberts MOTHER EARTH NEWS

article image

Kale Roberts, Contributor and Former Editor

Kale Roberts is a former renewable energy beat editor for MOTHER EARTH NEWS and contributing writer. He supports cities across the U.S. to develop climate action and resilience plans with ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability, where he also supports as a local government liaison to the United Nations. His other roles include managing partnerships and communications with the International Society of Sustainability Professionals and teaching with the climate science and policy program at the Bard College Center for Environmental Policy.

Kale’s 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 building home-scale biogas digesters as 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 & Policy) and earned a B.S. in Environmental Science among the California redwoods at Humboldt State University. Kale is based in New York’s Hudson Valley.

Connect with him on LinkedIn or email.

Read Kale’s MOTHER EARTH NEWS articles: