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Ted Lamm


Ted Lamm is Research Fellow in the Climate Program at CLEE. Ted’s research focuses on California policies regarding climate change and greenhouse gas emissions, and the relationships between other areas of policy and the achievement of California’s climate change-related goals. His recent work has centered on sustainability in California’s freight system, utility-scale solar power, and energy efficiency in the multifamily housing sector.

 

Prior to joining CLEE, Ted practiced both environmental law and corporate law in New York City. At New York University School of Law, Ted was the symposium editor of the Environmental Law Journal and participated in the NYU/NRDC Environmental Law Clinic. He is a member of the California and New York Bars.

 

A.B.    English and Economics, Brown University

J.D.     New York University School of Law

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Shifting from Maintaining LOS to Reducing VMT: Case Studies of Analysis and Mitigation for Implementing SB 743 (For MCLE or AICP Credits)


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Shifting from Maintaining LOS to Reducing VMT: Case Studies of Analysis and Mitigation for Implementing SB 743 (Non-Credit)


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