This webinar is presented by MCAN's board member, Sonia Hamel, who attended the United Nation Conference on Climate Change in Paris.
Tune in with us to see what happened at the conference, to see her photos and hear her impressions, and to hear her thoughts on what it means for Massachusetts!
Sonia serves non-profits, governments and foundations in the areas of climate, energy and transportation policy. She specializes in work with states to launch successful climate programs and policies.
Sonia served the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for nearly 30 years, coordinating air quality, energy and climate protection programs. Based in the Office for Commonwealth Development, she was the state lead in the development of the highly successful Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI), a regional cap and trade program for the electric sector and wrote and developed the first Massachusetts Climate Protection Plan and launched the national Carbon Registry. Ms. Hamel also served as the Massachusetts Director of Air Policy and Planning for 10 years developing one of the most aggressive air pollution programs in the U.S., with a focus on vehicle emission standards and power plant clean up.
Her clients have included: The Georgetown Climate Center, Ceres, The Energy Foundation, Environmental League of Massachusetts, The British Embassy, The Union of Concerned Scientists, The New England Clean Energy Council, and numerous state governments including Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Colorado and California.
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