Wednesday, March 11, 2015 -
10:00am to 11:00am
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CGIS K031, 1737 Cambridge Street, Cambridge

Climate Change and Complementary Mechanisms: A Conversation with Anja Kollmuss

You are invited to an intimate discussion on climate change and complementary mechanisms with climate mitigation expert Anja Kollmuss. Complementary mechanisms are ways in which an institutions can think holistically about reducing its carbon footprint through a range of greenhouse gas reduction investments, both internally and externally.
RSVP here. Seating is limited and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.

A light breakfast will be served
Swiss-born carbon market specialist Anja Kollmuss is an independent policy analyst and communications expert who works at the intersection of energy, climate change, and sustainable development.  For more than 15 years, she has worked across a diverse range of sectors in Europe and the United States, from carbon market analysis and research to improvisational movement, meditation, and yoga; early music and Klezmer performance; and fine arts and design.  She is an associate with the Stockholm Environment Institute and works in partnership with Carbon Market Watch, which advocates for fair, effective climate protection.  Kollmuss is a graduate of the Harvard Extension School (A.B. ’97) and Tufts University’s Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning program (M.A. ’00). She lives in Zürich and Berlin.
This event is coordinated by CSSL, Harvard’s Council of Student Sustainability Leaders, a campus-wide student initiative managed through the Office for Sustainability (OFS).

Contact Name: 

Jennifer A. Haugh

Research Areas: 

Harvard University
Center for the Environment

Address: 26 Oxford Street, 4th Floor, Cambridge
Phone: (617) 495-0368

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