The TRECH Project: Estimating Health & Equity Benefits of Transportation Climate Policies in the NE and Mid-Atlantic States
Speaker: Kathy Fallon Lambert
Kathy Fallon Lambert is a Senior Advisor with the Center for Climate, Health, and the Global Environment at Harvard’s TH Chan School of Public Health. She is also a co-founder of the Science Policy Exchange and Research Associate at the Harvard Forest. Kathy co-leads the TRECH (TRansportation, Equity, Climate, and Health) Project which is an independent multi-university initiative analyzing the air quality and activity mobility benefits of transportation policy scenarios. She will present preliminary findings for the first phase of the TRECH Project focused on policy scenarios for the Transportation Climate Initiative and outline plans for phase 2 focused on integrating power sector emissions and conducting local case studies. Kathy holds a BA from Dartmouth College and MS from the Yale School of the Environment. She is a Switzer Fellow, Leopold Schepp Scholar, and recipient of the EPA Environmental Merit Award.