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Guest on The Infra Blog: Asher Miller, Post Carbon Institute

Posted by Steve Anderson on Tuesday, March 19th, 2013

Asher Miller became the Executive Director of Post Carbon Institute in October 2008, after having served as the manager of our former Relocalization Network program. He’s worked in the nonprofit sector since 1996 in various capacities. Prior to joining Post Carbon Institute, Asher founded Climate Changers, an organization that inspires people to reduce their impact on the climate by focusing on simple and achievable actions anyone can take.

Asher has served as a consultant to a number of other nonprofit organizations. He currently serves on the board of Transition United States and the Executive Committee of the New Economy Network.  Asher was born in the Netherlands, and has lived in Israel, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Oregon, Connecticut, Colorado, and California. He currently lives in Santa Rosa, California with his wife and two children. Asher received his B.A. in Creative Writing from The Colorado College.

It’s All About Fossil Fuels

Energy Independence

The Time is Now

Better Energy Investments

Citizen Engagement

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