Photo Credit:  Mitya Ku

Nuin-Tara Key, Research & Policy Consultant

Nuin-Tara Key is a research and policy consultant in climate change and urban development.  Her background lies in urban and regional planning and political science, with a focus on the social dimensions of climate change.  She brings her cross-sector experience––having worked in the public, private and nonprofit sectors––which provide her a unique perspective and ability to communicate and negotiate complex planning and policy objectives across sectors and fields.

Nuin-Tara has expertise in regional policy and program development, project management, climate change mitigation and adaptation planning, civil society engagement, partner development and coalition building, organizational change and development, grant writing, and technical and analytical research and modeling.  She is lead researcher for the practitioner’s toolkit and a technical consultant and producer for the documentary.  Nuin-Tara Key has a Masters in Urban and Regional Planning from Portland State University in Portland, OR and is a National Audubon Society and Toyota 2010 TogetherGreen Fellow.


Photo Credit:  Peter Hellberg

Tom Miller, Filmmaker/Artist 

Tom founded his company, PrettyGoodProductions, in October of 2012. Since then, Tom has written and produced more than 18 films; completed a multiphase community-led storytelling project, (for which he received a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation); taught classes on filmmaking theory and technique; and has been recognized by The Native American Youth & Family Center (NAYA), in Portland, Oregon, for his part in amplifying their ongoing community development work.

Tom is the director and producer for the documentary film for Our Place on Earth.