Larry Rosenberg is an activist with Elders Climate Action and 350 Massachusetts. His work on energy issues began in the 1980s when he was an engineer at the largest utility-scale wind turbine company in the United States. Among his current interests is the need to transform the electrical grid so that it can easily transmit renewably sourced electricity across the continent.
Before becoming a climate change activist, Larry volunteered for many years in national Jewish organizations advocating for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. He ultimately decided he should devote his efforts to a more tractable problem, climate change.
Larry has a Masters in Public Administration from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and worked as a researcher studying international development issues at the Harvard School of Public Health.