Katherine Eshel

Carbon Neutrality Program Manager
City of Boston | United_states

Katherine Eshel manages the City of Boston’s work to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and reach the Mayor’s goal of making Boston carbon neutral by 2050. This includes managing implementation of the 2019 Climate Action Plan Update, maintaining the City’s greenhouse gas emissions inventory, supporting the Air Pollution Control Commission’s work to regulate noise and air pollution in Boston, and collaborating with other City departments, as well as with local, regional, and international partners. Prior to joining the Environment Department in March 2018, Katherine worked in non-profits, the United Nations, and private industry on sustainable urban development, biodiversity conservation, and science communication. She has a master’s degree in Environmental Policy from Sciences Po, a master’s in Environmental Sciences from Université Pierre et Marie Curie, and an Environmental Studies degree from Yale University.

PANEL – Adoption of Green Technologies in Municipalities for Climate Action: Barriers and Solutions

March 23, 2021 at 13:30