Milwaukee Brewers Suter Joins the Players for the Planet Team


We as a society need to have a monumental reconnection in our relationship with nature in order to move towards a sustainable future. When, not if, this takes place, sustainable policies and lifestyles will organically come to pass and we will once again inhabit a planet that thrives, is stable, and abundantly provides for all life.

Brent Suter was born in Chicago, Illinois and was raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. He continues to call Cincinnati his home in the offseasons. He was drafted in the 31st round by the Milwaukee Brewers out of Harvard University after graduating with a degree in Environmental Science and Public Policy. He made his Major League debut in 2016 with the Brewers, with whom he remains as a pitcher.

Suter first found his environmental passion during his freshman hear of high school after viewing An Inconvenient Truth. The urgency of the documentary struck a nerve in Brent and he’s been trying to live conscious of his environmental impacts ever since and encourages others to do the same. He has been involved with the Urban Ecology Center and Eco-City Milwaukee in the Milwaukee area and authored a climate change article that was published in Fast Company in October 2018.

Composting, eating organic food, investing in renewable energy, eating less meat, planting native flowers/trees and minimizing single-use plastics are Suter’s focuses in living a planet-friendly life.