Kyle Rabin

Kyle Rabin is director of programs. He is responsible for the coordination and operations of the foundation's ongoing programs and plays a key role in planning, organizing, staffing and leading a variety of program initiatives. His interest and expertise are in the areas of clean energy, water resource protection and the food-water-energy nexus. He is a regular contributor to GRACE's Ecocentric blog and has been published in the New York Times, Newsday, the Huffington Post, Civil Eats, AlterNet and Grist. He has been quoted in print media and has appeared as a guest on radio and television programs. He frequently speaks at state and national conferences. Prior to GRACE, Kyle was executive director at Friends of the Bay and was a senior policy analyst at Riverkeeper. He began his work in the environmental arena as an air and energy program associate at Environmental Advocates of New York. Kyle received an MS in Environmental Science from the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry and a BA in Environmental Studies from Binghamton University. Kyle and his family live in an energy efficient home, meeting half of their electricity needs with a rooftop solar electric system.

10 Ways Climate Change Impacts Agriculture and Seafood

With climate change among the issues taking center stage, there is no better time to look at the impact that climate change is having - or will have - on our food. Agriculture and fisheries are highly dependent on the climate, and any changes in climate will have a (sometimes severe) impact on our food.

AmpleHarvest.org Founder Gary Oppenheimer Aims to Reduce Food Waste and Hunger

Meet Gary Oppenheimer, the force behind AmpleHarvest.org, a nationwide nonprofit aimed at diminishing home and community garden food waste which results in significantly reduced hunger and malnutrition while improving the environment. Read on to find out what inspires Gary and what led him to create AmpleHarvest.org.

13 Things to Motivate You to Cut Back on Food Waste and 6 Ways to Do It

A new survey conducted by the International Food Information Council Foundation found that 30 percent of Americans say they "don't create any food waste." (Hmmm, something doesn't add up here!) Use these facts - and solutions! - to enlighten friends, family and colleagues about food waste.

Top 5 Thirst-Quenching (and Water Guzzling) Summertime Beverages

What's your favorite summertime beverage? Is it lemonade? Soda? Beer? A recent poll found that iced tea tops Americans' list of favorite drinks on a summer day. To find out what beverages round out the top five thirst quenchers - and how much water it takes to make each one - read on!

Meet the Couple Running the Only All-Organic Farmers' Market in New York State

While on a morning walk, Patti and Doug Wood came up with the idea for a farmers' market in their hometown of Port Washington, situated on the north shore of Long Island. And not just any farmers' market! The market they eventually created is 100 percent organic - the only all-organic farmers' market in New York State.

Our Hero: Sherie McClam of Manhattanville College

Sherie McClam is passionate about social and environmental justice. This passion has led her on an interesting journey to Manhattanville College in Purchase, NY, where she has designed an advanced certificate program in Education for Sustainability. Through this program Sherie inspires and prepares the next generation of sustainability leaders.

What Ever Happened to... Rainforest Destruction?

In 1997, during a trip to the Malaysian state of Sarawak on the island of Borneo, I saw firsthand what rainforest destruction looks like. While flying into the interior of Sarawak, I had a breathtaking view of the damage done by the timber industry - large swaths of deforested land. The question is: are we still destroying the planet's rainforests?

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