Robert Kay

Americas Climate and Sustainability Services Leader

Dr. Robert Kay offers 33 years of experience in climate change, sustainability, and resilience planning. Robert has worked in a variety of roles in the government, consulting, and academic sectors providing advice on sustainability for various energy resilience projects throughout California. Since the late 1980s, he has either led or participated in climate change projects globally, ranging from local-scale projects worldwide (including for local, state, national, and multilateral agencies) to global analysis for the United Nations. He specializes in topics such as greenhouse gas emissions, sea level rise adaptation, and sustainable facilities management. Since 2009 he has provided expert support to Pacific Island delegations to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (CoP). He has lived in the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia. Since 2014 he has lived and worked in Los Angeles California.