"I have an obsession with wind farms."

"Really?"

"Yes. I'm a huge fan."

Groan inducing? Yes.

About what we expect from talks on the environment? Also, yes.

I deliver something different.

Rather than piling on the eco-guilt my talks literally shift the way that you think about environmental problems - and how we can solve them.

I leverage a mix of the latest in scientific environmental research and the behavioral sciences with real world case studies, and lots of audience participation, to leave participants feeling invigorated and motivated to enact change.

Whether you're an individual, a nonprofit, or a business, you'll walk away from one of my talks understanding why you should integrate sustainability into your life, your operations your bottom line, while also understanding how to integrate sustainability into your world.

 

Kendra speaking on a panel  at the Los Angeles Festival of Books

Kendra has the unique perspective and boundless energy of the next generation of leaders.
— Jeff Unsicker, SIT Graduate Institute

Speaking

Bedford Audubon
Bedford, NY

Sisters of Saint Joseph
Brentwood, NY

DC Eco Women
Washington, DC

Slow Living Summit
Brattleboro, VT

Panel on Waste Disposal
C-Span, Los Angeles Festival of Books

University of Oregon
Eugene, OR

Powell's Bookstore
Portland, OR

Baruch College
New York, NY

Blue Stockings
New York, NY


TV & Radio

Amateur Traveler Episode 463 - Spring 2015, Travel to the Cayman Islands

Radio Interview, June 14, 2012, John Gormley Live (listen to podcast here)

Radio Interview, June 9, 2012, Saturdays & Sundays in Montreal with Kim Fraser, CJAD 800 AM

Radio Interview, May 29, 2012, Dresser After Dark

Panel on Waste Disposal, April 22, 2012, C-Span2

Radio Interview, April 18, 2012, The Morning Show, AM620 KPOJ Portland’s Talk (listen to interview here)

Radio Interview, April 13, 2012, Virtually Speaking with Jay Ackroyd

Print & digital Media

Lollygagger’s CBR5 Review #23: Green Washed: Why We Can’t Buy Our Way to a Green PlanetCannonball Read, June 2013

Abrupt Climate Change and the Dead End of Eco-Consumerism,  The Daily Kos (also cross posted at Fire Dog Lake and ,  Voices on the Square), February 2013

Top 10 Books – 2013Planetizen, December 2012

ForeWord Reviews, May 2012

 The Bigger Picture is the Key to Moving ForwardDC Eco Women, October 2012

Decision Points: Organic Versus Conventional Produce, June 18, 2012, Fox Business/NewsCorp

Author fields discussion with ‘Green Washed’ consumers, April 2012,Patrick Quinn, The Clackamas Print, 

Book Salon, April 2012, FiredogLake

An Interview With Kendra Pierre-Louis, April 2012, Evanston Public Library

Trash Talk with a Consumerist Message, April 2012, Los Angeles Times

Dowser, February 2012, Book Review

New Clear Vision, February 2012, Book Review

Kirkus, February/March 2012, Book Review

Climate and Progress, March 2012,  Book Review

Queens Chronicle, March 2012, Interview

Queens Tribune, March 2012, Interview