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Peyton Fleming

Peyton Fleming oversees external communications, media relations, outreach materials and the web site at Ceres. He joined Ceres in fall 2004, after working for six years at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's New England Office in Boston.
Peyton Fleming

Senior Department Director, Communications

Peyton Fleming oversees external communications and media relations at Ceres. He joined Ceres in fall 2004, after working for six years at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's New England Office in Boston.

Mr. Fleming has an extensive background in journalism, covering the environment, business and various other issues for more than a decade at such newspapers as the Providence Journal and the Patriot Ledger in Quincy, Mass. He has won several environmental and business reporting awards.

Peyton has a B.A. in Intercultural Studies from Trinity College in Hartford, CT.

Recent Blog Posts

Huffington Post

A Trickle of Hope: Bringing Clean Water to Ghana’s Poorest

by Peyton FlemingHuffington Post Posted on Oct 18, 2016

Access to safe drinking water is a colossal challenge globally and no place more than in Sub-Saharan Africa. Among the many problem areas is northern Ghana, a remote savannah dotted with small villages, tin-roofed mud huts and 800,000 people who drink bacteria-laden water. Most of the villages get their water from murky-brown surface water sources known as dugouts.


Ethiopia, Where the Paris Climate Agreement Gets Real

by Peyton FlemingEcoWatch Posted on Apr 30, 2016

As global leaders gathered at the United Nations to sign a historic climate agreement, Ceres' Peyton Fleming and his family stood in front of a tiny solar-powered trailer on the side of a dusty, dirt-packed road in Ethiopia.

Energy and Carbon

Morocco solar shows developing country trend

by Peyton FlemingEnergy and Carbon Posted on Feb 22, 2016

Morocco has set ambitious renewable energy goals and dropped all fossil fuel subsidies. It opened up the electric power sector to private companies and made long-term guarantees that the state will buy large amounts of power being generated.


Linking Investors to Renewable Energy Opportunities in Emerging Markets Is Key to COP21 Success

by Peyton FlemingEcoWatch Posted on Feb 10, 2016

Some of the ingredients for catalyzing clean energy investments in Asia, Africa and other emerging markets have their own unique nomenclature—“blend 2.0,” “de-risking” and “national investment catalogues.” Yet there is a more straightforward recipe: A mix of national clean energy policies with the needs of institutional investors looking for opportunities that are safe and relatively profitable.


The One Thing We Still Need in Order to Get to a Low-Carbon Economy

by Peyton FlemingEnsia Posted on Jan 26, 2016

We need far more investment in the low-carbon economy — well over US$1 trillion every year. What will it take to get pension funds, insurance companies and other investors who manage trillions of dollars to open their wallets to this enormous clean energy opportunity?