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Combating Climate Change Through Air Pollution Control at Gonzaga this Friday

Gonzaga's Environmental Law Caucus is hosting a presentation by Jason Gray about his experience working on Climate Change Policy in California. Jason Gray is a staff counsel at the California Resource Board. He is tasked with advising the Board and its staff on the development and implementation of air pollution control regulations and related matters.

The presentation will take place at the Gonzaga Law School this Friday and run from 12pm-1:30pm in room 143. (As the Spokane Riverkeeper noted, it will be over before the Gonzaga/OSU Game).

A little bit more about Jason from the Spokane Riverkeeper: 

Jason Gray is an alumnus of Gonzaga University, where he earned a B.A. in Biology and French. He currently works as an attorney with the California Air Resources Board, and is tasked with advising the Board and its staff on the development and implementation of air pollution control regulations and related matters. His duties include assisting on the legal issues underlying the Board's climate program, including on greenhouse gas reporting and verification regulations, compliance offset protocols, and offset provisions of the California Cap-and-Trade Regulation. He received a J.D. and Certificate in Environmental and Natural Resources Law from Lewis & Clark Law School. Before entering the legal profession, Jason worked on environmental education, biodiversity conservation, and sustainable development projects with the Peace Corps and WWF International in the Central African country of Gabon. He wrote about these experiences in Climpses Through The Forest: Memories Of Gabon. 




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