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Susanne Rasmussen is director of the Environmental and Transportation Planning Division in the Cambridge Community Development Department and has more than 20 years of experience in the implementation of environmental policies and programs. She is responsible for the city's efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through the Cities for Climate Protection program and for developing programs to engage residents and business in this effort. She oversees the development of new transportation policies and implementation of a variety of transportation programs and projects such as large multi-modal roadway projects, traffic calming, and transportation demand management. Prior to joining the City of Cambridge Ms. Rasmussen was a senior manager for a non-profit energy service company and a land use planner in a major metropolitan city. Ms. Rasmussen obtained a master's degree in City Planning from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1989 and a master's in Civil Engineering and Planning from the University of Aalborg in Denmark in 1987.
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|Susanne Rasmussen joined the Climate CoLab community||Oct 28, 2014|