Organizing and Policy for a Green New Deal with Saul Levin

Organizing and Policy for a Green New Deal with Saul Levin

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Harper Memorial Library, Room 284

1116 East 59th Street

Chicago, IL 60637

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Join University of Chicago alum Saul Levin (AB '17) for a lunch and learn on the Green New Deal.

About this event

Please join PGE alum Saul Levin (AB '17), now Policy Advisor to Congresswoman Cori Bush (MO-01), for a lunch and learn on the Green New Deal.

Saul will talk about his journey from PGE to Capitol Hill and his work on climate justice policy and strategy including the Green New Deal for Cities, the Public Power Resolution, and the Environmental Justice Mapping and Data Collection Act. He'll also discuss his work to improve transparency in Congress and his team's efforts to bring organizing strategy to a place known for its rugged individualism.

Lunch will be provided.

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Saul Levin is Policy Advisor to Congresswoman Cori Bush focusing on climate, labor, transportation, and Indigenous issues. He was previously Senior Climate Advisor to then-Congresswoman Deb Haaland and was a project manager on commercial and industrial renewable energy and efficiency projects. Saul has a Masters in Urban Planning from Harvard and double-majored in Geography and Environmental Studies at UChicago. He loved studying the Indiana Dunes during the Calumet Quarter and wrote his BA thesis on copper mining pollution in the Atacama Desert.