Wood Turner Executive director of Climate Counts

Wood is project director of Climate Counts, a non-profit organization
launched by organic yogurt pioneer Stonyfield Farm that scores
companies annually on their commitment to addressing climate change in
meaningful, measurable ways. His experience spans the for-profit and
non-profit sectors and is unified by his understanding of corporate
social responsibility, environmental stewardship, and social
marketing. In addition to writing for the newly launched Climate
Counts blog, he also blogs regularly for Huffington Post Green,
1Sky.org, ClimateRide 2008, and The Climate Group's Together campaign.

Before joining Climate Counts, Wood was a senior account strategist
with a Seattle advertising and strategic communications agency,
working on behalf of public and private sector clients including the
Seattle Mayor's Green Ribbon Commission on Climate Protection, an
extension of the city's leadership on the US Mayors Climate Protection
Agreement.

He has worked in public affairs and in advocacy, having developed
Urban Ecology's "Blueprint for a Sustainable Bay Area," a leading-edge
vision presenting actionable ways for non-activists to live with
purpose. He also built and managed an e-magazine teaching
international audiences about constructive innovations by businesses,
organizations, and individuals.

Wood holds a bachelor's degree in English from Duke University and a
master's degree in urban and environmental planning from the
University of Washington. The father of three, he lives in New
Hampshire.