Adam Greenberg is a SustainUS veteran, and this will be his 5th COP20 with the organization He believes that the climate, human rights, and peace are inextricably linked, and that climate change provides an unprecedented opportunity— and responsibility—to replace systems of oppression with systems that work for all people.
Adam has been active environmental and social conflicts around the world, from CAFTA to mining and water rights conflicts in Latin America, and indigenous rights movements around in Asia, Australia, and the Americas. His experience includes grassroots and policy work in 6 continents. He has worked with advocacy organizations including the League of Conservation Voters, 350.org, Sierra Student Coalition, and 350 MA. In the for-profit sector, he has managed the MA office of a solar company, and currently works in a solutions-implementation capacity with Next Step Living, an energy efficiency company. Adam believes that solidarity is a verb, and that self-care is important. Narrative strategy fascinates Adam, who contributes to Boston Globe, Huffington Post and The Nation. When possible, Adam likes to create music and play outside.