Peter Bronski is editorial director at RMI, where he oversees Solutions Journal, RMI Outlet, and other forms of the organization's written expression. His primary goal is to make the organization's work compelling and accessible to a broad range of audiences.
Pete's background spans the worlds of journalism, environment, and technology. He has more than a decade of experience as an award-winning magazine journalist. His work has appeared in more than 80 publications, including National Geographic Traveler, Men's Journal, and 5280. He has covered environmental topics ranging from corn-based ethanol's impact on prairie chicken populations to climate change's impact on New Mexico's Gila River, and previously interviewed RMI's cofounder and chief scientist, Amory Lovins, for a Q&A profile for the now-defunct Denver Magazine. Prior to joining RMI, Pete served as writer/editor for Vassar College, where he focused on the editorial content of college's alumnae/i magazine, newsletter, and website. He is also the author of seven books, primarily about outdoor adventure and cooking. His diverse background includes stints as ecologist and program manager for the environmental nonprofit Audubon International, as well as work in aerospace engineering, including as a Lockheed Martin Engineering Scholar.
Bachelor of Science, Natural Resources, Cornell University