In addition to being the father of five fabulous kids, Bob Morris is a physician, environmental engineer, epidemiologist, and writer. He is the scientific director of Eco Logic Consulting and worked most recently as a senior sustainability consultant to Bloomberg BNA. He has taught at Tufts University School of Medicine, Harvard University School of Public Health, and the Medical College of Wisconsin and has served as an advisor to the EPA, CDC, NIH and the President’s Cancer Panel. His work has been featured in the New York Times, Newsweek, and the London Times, and on Dateline NBC and the BBC. His first book, The Blue Death, received a Nautilus Gold Award and was named one of the Best Consumer Health Books of 2007 by the American Library Association. He lives in Seattle, WA.
Hana is in her third year at the University of Washington as a bioengineering major. When she’s not designing proteins, she loves hiking, horses, and the exhilaration of mountaintops. She shares an apartment with Forrest Gollic, a senior biology major at UW. The two of them will be taking the challenge for their apartment in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.
Darwin is studying Computer Science at the Technical University of Delft in the Netherlands. He loves bouldering, mountaineering, and the engine note of Formula One Ferrari. He shares a 300 year old house with five of his classmates who will be joining him in the 45% challenge.
Sage is a High School Sophomore who loves skiing, travel, film and musical theater.
Skyler is a high school sophomore who loves drawing, skiing, lacrosse, photography, and deep questions.
Christopher loves soccer, Legos, Star Wars, Harry Potter, and drawing comics. And yes, video games.