Author: Megan Green

Megan is a first year DEL-MEM student, but her “day job” is a Program Manager at the local air quality agency in Charlotte, NC. Megan has nine years of experience in the air quality field. This experience ranges from grass-roots education and outreach to industrial permitting and enforcement. In her current position she leads a team focused on identifying and implementing voluntary and incentive-based strategies that reduce air pollution. Megan has a B.A. in Political Science and Economics from Elon University. When she isn’t blogging about her DEL-MEM experience, Megan can be found practicing yoga or walking her two-year-old-puppy, Pippa. She is an avid consumer of public broadcasting (NPR, PBS, etc.), so she obviously has good taste and is exceedingly well-informed. The only downside is that most of her stories begin with “I heard this story on NPR the other day…” Megan’s guilty pleasures are the whole-milk lattes and the “What Kate Wore” blog!
Megan Green
alumni, Duke Environmental Leadership Program, faculty, students

“PBS” – Even Better Than Downton Abbey

The best part of wrapping up the my first semester was the chance to reconnect with all my DEL-MEM colleagues at the December Place-Based Session, also known as “PBS.” I’ve been looking forward to this PBS even more than the Downton Abbey premier and embraced the challenge to identify solutions to the the global problems each of us will work to address.

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