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 Radical Changes Needed to Reach Northwest CO2 Targets, Study Says (Page 12)
August 16, 2019
Eileen V. Quigley, along with Gabe Kwok of Evolved Energy Research, presented the findings of the Institute’s Northwest Deep Decarbonization Pathways Study to the Northwest Power Planning Council on August 13, 2019. KC Mehaffey of Clearing Up covered the Council meeting and wrote an in-depth analysis of the study. Clearing Up is a widely respected, subscription-only energy newsletter published by NewsData covering the greater Pacific Northwest.
Eileen V. Quigley on climate change and clean energy in the U.S.: “We do what we can”
Eileen was profiled by the Deutschland Alumniportal for a paper, Revolution Required: Meeting Current and Future Energy Challenges, she wrote and presentation she delivered in May 2015 in Hamburg, Germany for the Cities of Tomorrow series. She was selected by the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Foundation.
Mayor Durkan Announces Search Committee Members for Seattle City Light Leader
February 1, 2018
The convention center is getting bigger. So is its carbon footprint
January 23, 2018
Eileen was interviewed by KUOW reporter, Amy Radil, on what the City of Seattle can do to meet its goal to be carbon-neutral throughout all sectors, and was quoted as saying: "...it’s important for planners to ask how every big project will help the city achieve carbon neutrality."
Will Seattle’s new mayor hold the city to its climate change goals?
January 8, 2018
Eileen was interviewed as a member of the Mayor's Transition Committee about Mayor Jenny Durkan's ideas to help Seattle meet ambitious carbon-emissions goals.
Seattle Mayor-Elect Jenny Durkan Announces Seattle’s Most Diverse, Inclusive Transition Committee Representing All Parts of the City
Eileen was chosen to serve on City of Seattle Mayor-Elect Jenny Durkan’s Transition Committee to help set Seattle’s environmental priorities for the Mayor's tenure.
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