Adam Lowry

Co-Founder & Chief Greenskeeper, Method Products, PBC

Adam Lowry is the co-founder and Chief Greenskeeper of Method Products, Inc., the leading innovator in premium environmentally-conscious and design-driven home care, fabric care and personal care products. Adam believes that business is our greatest vehicle for positive social and environmental change. First and foremost an entrepreneur, Adam has a proven track record of innovation across multiple categories and consumer segments.

Prior to founding Method, Adam worked as a climate scientist at the Carnegie Institution, developing software products for the study of global climate change. That experience, combined with his earlier experience designing automotive products made from biodegradable materials and recycled content, formed the nucleus of his unique approach to commercial environmentalism that forms the foundation of method’s approach today.

As Chief Greenskeeper, Adam’s focus is bringing sustainable innovations to the method business. He also directs the sustainability aspects of product design, sourcing, and production, and provides strategic input for consumer marketing and the press.

Adam is currently a Catto Fellow at the Aspen Institute and has been honored as one of Vanity Fair’s Global Citizens and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals’ (PETA) Person of the Year for his pioneering work on sustainable business and product design. He holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Stanford University, and lives in San Francisco with his wife Mara and daughter Kenning. You can follow @adam_lowry on Twitter.