A life-long treehugger, I have an undergraduate degree in History of Science from Harvard University, a law degree from the University of Georgia, and additional coursework in environmental topics fro ichthyology to green building. I have spent 21 years as an employee of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and have worked in enforcement under every federal statute for which EPA has jurisdiction. In addition, I have worked on climate change issues for a dozen years, including as a member of the Steering Committee for a citizens’ group called Georgia Interfaith Power & Light, which addresses energy and climate change issues by working with communities of faith across the state. My presentations range from Green Remodeling 101 (an introduction for homeowners), to Stinky’s Earth Day, a puppet show for K-3 and younger.
THE OPINIONS AND POSITIONS ON THIS BLOG DO NOT NECESSARILY REFLECT THE OFFICIAL POSITIONS OF THE U.S. EPA OR ANY OTHER FEDERAL AGENCY.