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Civic Life Lunch - Extreme Weather, Climate Change & the Fight for Environmental Change with Doug Foy

Wednesday, November 10 | 12 PM ET | Virtual Event

Join Tisch College for a conversation with environmentalist and activist, Doug Foy. Foy is the founder and CEO of Serrafix Corporation, a strategic consulting firm and business incubator focused on energy, the environment, transportation, and climate change. He served as the first Secretary of Commonwealth Development under Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, where he oversaw the agencies of Transportation, Housing, Environment, and Energy.  He previously served for 25 years as the President and CEO of the Conservation Law Foundation, New England’s premier environmental advocacy organization. He is the recipient of many awards recognizing his public interest work, including the President’s Environmental and Conservation Challenge Award (the nation’s highest conservation award), the Woodrow Wilson Award from Princeton University (its highest honor bestowed on a graduate), and the Order of the British Empire (OBE) from the Queen of England. Foy was a member of the 1968 USA Olympic Rowing Team and the 1969 USA National Rowing Team.

This event is generously cosponsored by the Office of Sustainability and the Environmental Studies Program.

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