Monday, April 22, 2019
5:00 pm

Chen-Huang Sustainable Energy Series Lecture: Terry Tamminen, CEO Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation

Chen-Huang Sustainable Energy Series Lecture by Terry Tamminen, CEO Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation
Monday, April 22, 2019 | Ramo Auditorium
5:00 to 6:00 pm | Refreshments before starting at 4:30 pm

About the Speaker
Terry has deep international expertise in business, agriculture, education, public policy and the environment. Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger appointed him Secretary of the California Environmental Protection Agency and later Cabinet Secretary, the Chief Policy Advisor to the Governor, where Terry was the architect of many groundbreaking sustainability policies, including California's landmark Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006, the Hydrogen Highway Network, and the Million Solar Roofs initiative. In 2010 Terry co-founded the R20 Regions of Climate Action, a public-private partnership bringing together subnational governments, businesses, financial markets, NGOs, and academia to implement measurable, large-scale, low-carbon and climate resilient economic development projects that can simultaneously solve the climate crisis and build a sustainable global economy. Since 2007 he has provided advice to Pegasus Capital Advisors and numerous global businesses on sustainability and "green" investing. In 2016, Terry joined the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation as CEO. An accomplished author, Terry's books include "Cracking the Carbon Code: The Keys to Sustainable Profits in the New Economy" (Palgrave Macmillan). In 2011, Terry was one of six finalists for the Zayed Future Energy Prize and The Guardian ranked Terry No. 1 in its "Top 50 People Who Can Save the Planet."

This event is free and open to the public. No RSVP required. Seating is on a first-come, first-seated basis. 

The Chen-Huang Sustainable Energy Series is made possible by the generous support of Dr. Marina Chen (MS '80 CS; PhD '83 CS) and Chi-Fu Huang.

Contact Heidi Rusina hmrusina@caltech.edu
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