My name is Chris Page. I’m a systems thinker and clean energy strategist.  Most recently I’ve worked at Yahoo! and Amazon in sustainability strategy and clean energy. Currently I work for myself, advising organizations on sustainability and climate change strategies

Before that, I worked for Rocky Mountain Institute while living in the mountains of Colorado. I also had the good fortune while I was there to volunteer with Mountain Rescue Aspen. If you ever have the opportunity to buy a mountain rescue volunteer a beer, do so.  They are some of the best people on the planet.

Before that were some very fun years living in the woods professionally for the National Outdoor Leadership School;  some intensive book-learning at  the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies;  and a stint writing for public radio’s Living on Earth.  (In one of those Buddhisteque, life-is -a-biiiiiig-round-circle moments, LoE interviewed me about my current job.)

A belated thank you to LoE’s Peter Thomson and my high school English teacher Jeannie Goddard for their help in teaching me that good writing is about respecting deadlines, checking your ego at the door, and using as few words as possible.  Still working on that last one.

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3 Responses to “About me”


  1. 2 Peggy Hill June 24, 2011 at 9:59 pm

    Is this THE Chris Page? The only person I know on earth who graciously accepted the excuse of smelling like a wet ferret as a way to get out of socializing? The one who ran off to California to launch a wildly successful new career chapter, find love worthy of a posting in the New York Times, and who really, really needs to get in touch with her old friend, Peg????


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