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Kendra Pierre-Louis

Sustainable Development Editor

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Justmeans's company

16 Center St.

Northampton, Massachusetts,01060

United States

Company Description

Justmeans.com is an online community and publisher of news about corporate social responsibility, sustainability, energy, health, education, technology and innovation. We are a one-stop information source for business professionals, executives, journalists, bl... more

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Terrapin Bright Green LLC


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Writer, researcher, and environmental strategist, Kendra Pierre-Louis is author of the book Green Washed: Why We Can't Buy Our Way to a Green Planet(Ig Publishing, 2012).
Born and raised in Queens, New York, Kendra enjoys highlighting her home town's ethnic and biological diversity. In fact, Kendra credits her environmentalism - at least in part - to the cicadas she heard outside her bedroom window as a child and whose molted shell remains were the stuff that haunted her nightmares. Kendra firmly believes that everyone should be fortunate enough to be both awed and terrified by nature on a semi-regular basis. Kendra received her B.A. in Economics from Cornell University and her M. A. in Sustainable Development with a focus on Policy Analysis and Advocacy from the SIT Graduate Institute. An interdisciplinary thinker focused on environmental sustainability with distinct interests in consumer behavior and public policy, Kendra began her career as an economist and communications specialist, before transitioning more than five years ago into roles requiring a comprehensive understanding of and comfort with sustainability, synthesis and analysis. In addition to being an accomplished communicator, Kendra has honed her quantitative and analytic abilities in operations, data analysis, data visualization, life-cycle Analysis (LCA) techniques, and systems thinking. Kendra is a LEED GA andhas leadership experience on several diverse, cross-functional teams. She has spoken publicly on C-SPAN, DC Eco-Women, University of Oregon and Powell's Books. Kendra has worked for the United Nations Environment Programme's Convention on Biological Diversity, the consulting and strategic planning firm Terrapin Bright Green, the New York Botanical Gardens, and the Center for Biodiversity and Conservation at the American Museum of Natural History. She has served as a Sustainable Development editor for CSR Distribution Network, Justmeans.com, and her idea "Restoring Brownfields through Phytoremediation" was a semi-finalist in the Ideas for Impact Challenge. Kendra's proudest, however, of the Master Composter Certificate she earned through the Queens Botanical Garden. She will happily swing by your home to show you how composting is done.


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"Kendra Pierre-Louis shows that consumer choices really do matter, but often not the way we think. Kendra Pierre-Louis is the sustainable development editor for Justmeans.com. She holds a master's degree in sustainable development from the SIT Graduate Institute in Vermont. She has created outreach material for the United Nations Environment Programme's Convention on Biological Diversity and worked as a researcher for Terrapin Bright Green, an environmental consulting and strategic planning firm.


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