Name: Rob Greenfield
Occupation: Adventurer, Activist, Dude Making a Difference
Residence: Orlando, Florida
Background: Rob Greenfield is an adventurer, activist, humanitarian and dude making a difference. He is dedicated to leading the way to a more sustainable and just world. He embarks on extreme adventures and activism campaigns to bring attention to important global issues and inspire change. He is the creator of The Food Waste Fiasco, a campaign that strives to end food waste and hunger. He has cycled across the United States three times on a bamboo bicycle to bring attention to sustainability issues. During 2015 and 2016, he lived off the grid in a 50-square-foot tiny home in San Diego before auctioning it and raising funds to build 10 tiny houses for people with no homes. He then simplified his life down to just 111 possessions, all of which fit onto his back or his bike.
He currently lives in Orlando, Florida in a tiny house he built near zero waste, with 99% repurposed materials for under $1,500. His current project is to grow and forage 100% of his food a year (from 11/11/2018 to 11/11/2019). Rob travels the USA and the world speaking and hosting action days getting people involved and activated in making the world a happier, healthier place for all. He is the host of Free Ride on Discovery Channel, the author of Dude Making a Difference, and has spoken at over 130 events in 13 countries. Rob donates 100% of his media income to grassroots nonprofits and has committed to living simply and responsibly for life.
Connect with Rob:
Instagram @RobJGreenfieldTwitter @RobJGreenfield
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