Ropes & Gray alum Gretchen Greene (Boston) co-authored an article titled “Untapped Potential: Energy Savings and Climate Benefits from Strengthening Water Use Efficiency in China’s Building and Industrial Sector” during her New Alternatives Program (NAP) fellowship with the Natural Resources Defense Council. The article was featured in the Special Water and Energy Issue of the Wilson Center’s China Environment Series, which published this winter.
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