Working towards climate action on Capitol Hill and in conservative states is hard. Leadership in the face of daily opposition and denial can wear down even the strongest of lawmakers and advocates.
How can we as change makers remain personally resilient and creative while facing both the technical and adaptive challenges that characterize the problem of climate change? What is it going to take to cultivate leadership by both parties?
Anne Kelly, HKS'96, is an environmental lawyer and long term advocate who is currently Vice President for Government Relations at Ceres, a non-profit organization seeking to build sustainability into capital markets. Our discussion will focus on her experience as a registered lobbyist bringing the voices of economic leaders to DC and key states to encourage policy action on clean energy and climate change at a time when the partisan divide is at its peak. See: