We should ask how to protect health of our keiki, how secure is our food and water supply, should we accelerate efforts to wean state from fossil fuels.
About the Author
Kyle Datta was recently the CEO of U.S. Biodiesel Group, a national biodiesel firm funded by private equity. Prior to this role, Kyle was Managing Director of Research and Consulting at the Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI). He is co-author of RMI's last two major books on energy Winning the Oil End Game and Small is Profitable. Kyle was formerly a vice president at Booz Allen Hamilton and served as managing partner of the firms energy practice in Singapore, and as leader of the U.S. Utility practice. During his twelve years at Booz Allen Hamilton, Kyle worked with Fortune 100 energy companies on strategy, operations, and environmental sustainability in the U.S., Europe, Japan, Asia and Latin America. Kyle received a masters degree in public and private management from the Yale School of Organization and Management and a masters degree in environmental science in resource economics from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.
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