Adam Met

NEW EXCLUSIVE
  • Twelve-Time Platinum Award-Winning Musician in AJR
  • Interdisciplinary Thinker and Academic
  • Founder and Executive Director, Sustainable Partner, Inc.
  • Advocate for the UN Development Program



Dr. Adam Met's interests bridge the worlds of music, sustainability, law, academia, policy, marketing, and technology. As the bassist for AJR, he has traveled the world on sold-out tours, achieved platinum certifications in numerous countries, and recorded a repertoire of music that has garnered more than 2.5 billion streams worldwide. As the founder and Executive Director of Sustainable Partners Inc., he leads a nonprofit that addresses climate change systems through media, academic research fellowships, and incentive-based initiatives.

A graduate of Columbia University, Adam received a dual degree in business and philosophy. He also holds a Master’s from New York University in constitutional religious law and holds a PhD in international human rights law, advocating for a reconciling of tensions between sustainable development and human rights obligations. Adam’s work with the UN Development Programme as a development advocate fosters awareness on social media and beyond of sustainability, rights violations and solutions. He has brought his interdisciplinary perspective to his writing for publications including Billboard Magazine, Fortune, Mashable, and Quartz, and he is the host of the podcast "Planet Reimagined."

 

Add to my speaker list
Adam Met headshot
A Sample of the Groups That Have Hosted Adam Met
  • United Nations
  • Julliard
  • Columbia University
  • Local and National Climate Strikes
  • Adcraft Conference
Hosting - Eyes on the Goals | U.N. Development Programme [1:08:14] - Get Sharable Link
Explore Talks By Adam Met
Expand all >

Sustainability and Human Rights

Green innovations, international policy, individual actions (ending single use plastic, tree planting, conserving energy), inspiring action campaigns, global warming science, and human interest about rights and sustainability.   ...

Green innovations, international policy, individual actions (ending single use plastic, tree planting, conserving energy), inspiring action campaigns, global warming science, and human interest about rights and sustainability.

 

Interdisciplinary Approaches to Social Impact/Social Marketing

Crafting a voice in the social media landscape, music and art as a tool for social good, cross functional campaigns, understanding customers and followers, media as motivation, activism in the digital age.   ...

Crafting a voice in the social media landscape, music and art as a tool for social good, cross functional campaigns, understanding customers and followers, media as motivation, activism in the digital age.

 

Music Industry and Innovation

Music in the digital age, what it means to go viral, building a comprehensive campaign: music, art, videos, touring and merchandise. ...

Music in the digital age, what it means to go viral, building a comprehensive campaign: music, art, videos, touring and merchandise.

Learn more about Adam Met
Follow   Instagram  Twitter 
Tweets by Adam Met
(+)
Programming Ideas
(+)
Articles
(+)
Biography

Dr. Adam Met's interests bridge the worlds of music, sustainability, law, academia, policy, marketing, and technology. As the bassist for AJR, he has traveled the world on sold-out tours, achieved platinum certifications in numerous countries, and recorded a repertoire of music that has garnered more than 2.5 billion streams worldwide. As the founder and Executive Director of Sustainable Partners Inc., he leads a nonprofit that addresses climate change systems through media, academic research fellowships, and incentive-based initiatives.

A graduate of Columbia University, Adam received a dual degree in business and philosophy. He also holds a Master’s from New York University in constitutional religious law and holds a PhD in international human rights law, advocating for a reconciling of tensions between sustainable development and human rights obligations. Adam’s work with the UN Development Programme as a development advocate fosters awareness on social media and beyond of sustainability, rights violations and solutions. He has brought his interdisciplinary perspective to his writing for publications including Billboard Magazine, Fortune, Mashable, and Quartz, and he is the host of the podcast "Planet Reimagined."