Kevin Green

Rare, Center for Behavior & the Environment
Vice President
Arlington, VA

Kevin leads the Center for Behavior & the Environment at Rare. He collaborates with field staff, partners and researchers in bringing the best insights from the science of human behavior to bear on the world’s most pressing environmental challenges. He regularly speaks to large audiences about applying behavioral insights to climate issues. Kevin is a faculty member of the Kinship Conservation Fellows program.

Before Rare, he was a research fellow at the Nature Conservancy and a research assistant at the Worldwatch Institute. He holds an MA in international development and economics from Johns Hopkins University and a BA in anthropology and sociology from Washington and Lee University.

He lives with his family on a small farm in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, where he spends most of his free time weeding and trying to outwit rodents and insects.

The one behavior Kevin would like to change would be: drivers blocking the box at intersections. Come on, people!