I’m currently the director and editor of Cleantechnica.com and Planetsave.com. You can find my work all over the internet, including on Scientific American, Reuters, and most Important Media sites.
I have a bachelor’s degree in environmental studies and sociology (from New College of Florida, the Honors College of Florida), and a master’s degree in city and regional planning (from UNC-Chapel Hill).
I have been blogging professionally for the past 4 years. Before that, I was the executive director of a nonprofit organization promoting sustainable development and clean transportation in the Charlottesville area. And before that, I was an urban research consultant, I worked in a couple of government positions (in city planning and environmental education), and I worked in natural foods stores (ranging from small co-op markets to corporate giant Whole Foods Market).
I currently live in Wrocław (Poland), but have also lived in Groningen (the Netherlands), Sarasota & Bradenton (Florida), Chapel Hill & Carrboro (North Carolina), Sunnyvale (California), Ithaca (New York), and Charlottesville (Virginia). I’m originally from Sarasota, FL.