Jonathan Parfrey

Climate Resolve

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Executive Director of Climate Resolve, a Los Angeles-based nonprofit that works to build solutions to climate change locally; former board member of the LA Department of Water and Power and he was the Executive Director of Physicians for Social Responsibility covering Southern California, where he monitored water quality

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