Kendra Pierre-Louis is a journalist and photographer currently splitting her time between New York City and Boston. Her writing, which includes the book "Green Washed: Why We Can't Buy Our Way to a Green Planet", focuses on science with an emphasis on the relationship between humans and our environment. Kendra has written articles for numerous publications including The Washington Post, Newsweek, In These Times, Modern Farmer, and Slate. Please join her listserv (button on the right) to stay up to date with her current work.
Kendra is further honing her craft and her multimedia chops as a student in MIT's Graduate Program in Science Writing. In addition, Kendra has a B.A. in Economics from Cornell University, and an M.A. in Sustainable Development with a focus on Policy Analysis and Advocacy from the SIT Graduate Institute. She's spoken publicly to the DC Eco-Woman, the University of Oregon, and has appeared on C-SPAN. Kendra can often be found on an airplane or achieving dramatic feats like living in France without eating butter.