GreenBiz.com Senior Writer Adam Aston is a journalist, editor and presenter who focuses on business, energy, eco technologies and the environment. Previously, Adam was Energy & Environment Editor at BusinessWeek. There he wrote and edited stories about corporate sustainability, renewable energy, and green finance while producing a regular column on clean technologies. His work also appears in the New York Times, the Fiscal Times, NRDC's OnEarth, Technology Review, and others. For more, visit AdamAston.com and follow him on Twitter at @adamanyc.
GreenBiz.com Senior Writer Adam Aston focuses on business, clean technology and the environment. Follow him on Twitter at @adamanyc.
Previously, Adam was Energy and Environment Editor at BusinessWeek. There he wrote and edited stories about corporate sustainability, renewable energy, and green finance while producing a regular column on clean technologies. His work has also appeared in The New York Times, Technology Review, and NRDC’s OnEarth.
A resident of Brooklyn, Adam is developing a book on the greening of New York City. And in his spare time, he shares a few rooftop hives with a group of urban bee keepers. He worked for the Economist Intelligence Unit in Hong Kong in the 1990s covering politics, investment, and business across Asia. A native of Pittsburgh, Adam is a graduate of Princeton University.
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