GHG Engineering’s John Mosheim selected to participate in the nation’s first state-led program aimed at helping implement climate change initiatives.
“Maryland Climate Leadership Academy, is the nation’s first state-led program aimed at helping community leaders, critical infrastructure, local governments and state agencies effectively plan for and implement climate change initiatives.”
John Mosheim, P.E., CEM, Lead Water and Carbon Sustainability Engineer at GHG Engineering, LLC was recently selected to participate in this program that “will provide participants with critical training on climate preparedness, economic impacts, energy and water management, entrepreneurship, governance and risk management.” Over the last months GHG Engineering has submitted a number of GHG mitigation proposals for the transport sector as part of Maryland Commission on Climate Change greenhouse gas reduction plan development. The draft plan is scheduled for completion by the end of 2018.
Below is screenshot of web app developed by GHG Engineering using ESRI’s ArcGIS Online showing Maryland’s largest GHG Emission sources based on 2016 U.S. EPA Greenhouse Gas Reporting Rule data. Map shows reporting facilities, county aggregates, and the relative the social cost of carbon under certain scenarios.