The Climate Registry, a nonprofit organization established to measure and publicly report greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions based in Los Angeles, has announced two new hires.
Chris Condit joins the Climate Registry as director of registry information services. She will be responsible for developing strategy for the Climate Registry information system application, managing the implementation of new functionality and supporting site operations.
As a project manager at Telvent Miner & Miner, she implemented geographic information systems applications for large electric, gas and water/wastewater utilities. As a landscape architect, Condit has been involved in land planning, community design, and taught landscape ecology at the graduate school of architecture and planning at the University of Colorado.
She has an undergraduate degree in biology and a master's in landscape architecture from the graduate school of design at Harvard University.
Jackie Huggins joins the Climate Registry team as manager of verification services. In her new position, she will oversee the organization's verification and accreditation programs.
Huggins is an environmental engineer who comes to the organization from First Environment, an environmental consulting firm. In her previous position, she managed numerous GHG inventory verifications and was a lead verifier for the California Climate Action Registry.
SOURCE: The Climate Registry