Christina Page is a sustainability consultant and systems thinker with experience in government, two Fortune 500 companies, and the nonprofit sector.
At Climate Interactive, she designs and facilitates climate visioning workshops for business using the climate simulator En-ROADS to help create and guide more robust sustainability strategies. Prior to her work with Climate Interactive, she was Climate Director at the City of Seattle where she oversaw the city’s efforts to meet their greenhouse gas reduction goals. She served as Director of Energy Efficiency and Environment at Amazon and Director of Energy and Sustainability Strategy at Yahoo!, where her responsibilities included carbon reduction strategy and renewable energy procurement. Chris has also worked at Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI), a think tank led by energy efficiency guru Amory Lovins, where she helped to to build their corporate sustainability consulting practice. Past consulting clients include PepsiCo, Solstice Solar, Rocky Mountain Institute, Xanterra Parks and Resorts, Point 380, and T. Rowe Price.
She has an undergraduate degree in Environmental Studies from Brown University and a Masters in Environmental Management from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. She is also a member of Mount Rainier Nordic Ski Patrol and a certified Wilderness First Responder.
Presentations and Publications
Greenspan, A., and Page, C. June 2021. Corporations and System Dynamics: How do Businesses actually use a model like En-ROADS? Climate Interactive blog
Page, C and Abbott, S. 2017. “Yahoo and the Fortune 500’s Pursuit of Green Power.” GreenBiz.
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“Goats in Silicon Valley: Lessons from NOLS to Fighting Climate Change & Building Greener Businesses”. National Outdoor Leadership School Faculty Summit keynote, May 2015.
“Are We Green Yet?” Keynote. Green Data Center Conference. March 2012.
Lichtenstein, B., Carroll, J., Kleiner, A., Laur, J., Page, C. “Materials Pooling A,B,C.” (Case Study, Business of Sustainability). 2008. MIT Sloan Teaching Innovation Resources..
Page, C., Lovins, A.B. 2007. “The Greening of Business: Opportunity or Contradiction?”. Sage Handbook on Environment and Society. Sage Publications.
Chris addresses how to call for behavior change for sustainability without driving away dinner party guests.
Updated July 2022.