The buildings where we live, work, and go to school have long been overlooked in terms of their contribution to global climate change. In all, buildings are responsible for more than 35 percent of the United States’ total carbon emissions. The gas burned in these buildings is a major contributor…
Kiley Kroh leads strategic communications and marketing for RMI’s Building Electrification team, which is focused on eliminating greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuel use in buildings.
Prior to joining RMI, Kiley spent several years in journalism, most recently as a Senior Editor managing a team of climate, energy, and environmental reporters. Previous experience includes leading communications on offshore energy and climate issues at the Center for American Progress and designing communications plans for candidates and ballot measures. Kiley also served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Ukraine from 2005-2007.
BA in English from Regis University in Denver, CO