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Bronwyn received a Master's in Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning from Tufts University. As a Sustainability Planner for the City of Cambridge, her work includes energy policy, GHG accounting and reporting, sustainability frameworks, public private partnerships, and electric vehicles.
Prior to her work with the City of Cambridge, she developed and implemented education and outreach programs on ocean conservation, climate change, and sustainable fisheries for the New England Aquarium.
Recently, she was a quarter finalist in the 2014 Gardiner Swine and Stein Rock, Paper, Scissors competition. It was a total upset, beating out Gardiner's City Manager for a spot in the quarter finals.
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|Bronwyn Cooke joined the Climate CoLab community||Oct 23, 2014|