Co-hosted by Terri and Helene

A wide-ranging conversation about climate action and climate anxiety, and ways that we deal with it. We see that actually entering into climate action is a much more interconnected issue influenced deeply by a lack of community cohesion, which, on the flip side, means we need to be building community to tackle climate change.

Jeff has worked for more than 25 years on supporting resource conservation strategies in the built environment, sound economic development, and the next generation of sustainability professionals. He currently serves as Executive Director of the Center for Economic and Environmental Partnership, a nonprofit. Through their Hudson Valley Energy program, he focuses on promoting people-powered sustainable communities; the CEE Partnership team also provides support and guidance to cities, towns and villages in Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) programs. He currently serves on the nonprofit boards of the United States Green Building Council (USGBC)-Upstate New York chapter, and the Hudson River Sloop Clearwater. Jeff is also the organizer of Hudson Valley Green Drinks. His past efforts include serving in the U.S. Peace Corps, on the Leadership Council of the Garrison Institute’s Climate, Mind, and Behavior initiative, and on the Mayor’s Conservation Advisory Committee in Beacon, NY.