Green Festival Speakers

Adam Lowry

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Adam Lowry is the cofounder and chief greenskeeper of Method Products, Inc., the leading innovator in hip, healthy home care products. Adam believes that business is our greatest vehicle for positive social and environmental change and that design, redefined, has the power to change our world. As chief greenskeeper at Method, Adam's focus is bringing sustainable innovations to product design, sourcing, production, and marketing.Prior to founding Method, Adam worked as a climate scientist at the Carnegie Institution of Washington, developing software for the modeling of climate change, including work on the Kyoto Protocol of 1997. Adam began his career in product design in the automotive industry. He has been honored as a Vanity Fair Global Citizen and Man of the Year by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. In 2006, Method ranked #16 on Fast Company's Fast 50, the 50 most innovative companies in the world.Adam holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Stanford University, and lives in San Francisco with his wife Mara and daughter Kenning.Adam Lowry is the cofounder and chief greenskeeper of Method Products, Inc., the leading innovator in hip, healthy home care products. Adam believes that business is our greatest vehicle for positive social and environmental change and that design, redefined, has the power to change our world. As chief greenskeeper at Method, Adam's focus is bringing sustainable innovations to product design, sourcing, production, and marketing. Prior to founding Method, Adam worked as a climate scientist at the Carnegie Institution of Washington, developing software for the modeling of climate change, including work on the Kyoto Protocol of 1997. Adam began his career in product design in the automotive industry. He has been honored as a Vanity Fair Global Citizen and Man of the Year by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. In 2006, Method ranked #16 on Fast Company's Fast 50, the 50 most innovative companies in the world. Adam holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Stanford University, and lives in San Francisco with his wife Mara and daughter Kenning.