Leave it to the rocket scientists to solve our biggest climate mysteries. That’s exactly what NASA has done to kick off 2018, using a spectrometer imaging satellite to measure global methane emissions—a potent greenhouse gas that accelerates climate change—and revealing an alarming increase in these emissions that threatens our climate.
Kevin Haley is a Program Marketer at the Rocky Mountain Institute. He is the marketing and communications lead for the Business Renewables Center, Sunshine for Mines and the Fugitive Methane Emissions program. Kevin joined RMI in October, 2016.
Kevin comes to RMI with over five years of communications and marketing experience, most of which focused on the renewable energy industry specifically covering a range of technologies like wind and solar, as well as in-depth work on cross-cutting issues including clean energy finance and policy.
Prior to RMI, Kevin was the director of communications at the American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE) in Washington, D.C. He also previously worked as a communications consultant to the American Wind Energy Association, the Sierra Club, The Energy Foundation and as the content strategy lead to the EnergyFactCheck campaign.
In 2010, Kevin completed an internship in the U.S. House of Representatives. Kevin is an avid skier, golfer, and runner in his spare time and enjoys regular travel to visit friends and family in Chicago and Boston.
BA, Political Science, Hope College