Join Armond Cohen on Thursday, March 7th for his presentation, Decarbonizing the Atmosphere. Armond Cohen is co-founder and Executive Director of the Clean Air Task Force in Boston, and will be the guest speaker for the annual Thomas L. Benson Lecture Series.
Presentation title: Decarbonizing the Atmosphere
When: Thursday, March 7, 2019 at 4:00pm
Where: Ackley Hall, Green Mountain College
The Thomas L. Benson Lecture Series brings distinguished speakers to address critical issues facing American society and the world. Reflecting the best ideals of the liberal arts heritage, the Benson Series aims to express and expand Green Mountain’s vision of a sustainable future, while stimulating fresh ideas and debate, both on campus and in the wider community.
This event is free and open to the public.
More about Armond Cohen
Armond Cohen is co-founder and Executive Director of the Clean Air Task Force, which he has led since its formation in 1996. In addition to leading CATF, Armond is directly involved in CATF research and advocacy on the topic of requirements to deeply decarbonize global energy systems. Prior to his work with CATF, Armond founded and led the Conservation Law Foundation’s Energy Project starting in 1983, focusing on energy efficiency, utility resource planning, and electric industry structure. Armond has published numerous articles on climate change, energy system transformation, and air pollution; he speaks and testifies frequently on these topics. He is a member of the Keystone Center Energy Board, co-Chair of the Nuclear Innovation Alliance, and a member of the US Department of Energy Electricity Advisory Committee. Armond is an honors graduate of Harvard Law School and Brown University.