WHIV FM 102.3 FM & WBOK 1230 AM
Jane Patton (Sr. Campaign Manager at CIEL; Cofounder and Director at No Waste NOLA), Logan Burke, and Sophie Zaken discuss Carbon Capture, Storage and Utilization (CCSU), the new "Clean Coal" and yet another tax subsidy for the Fossil Fuel Industry
About Jane Patton
Sr. Campaign Manager at CIEL- Center for International Environmental Law
Cofounder and Director at No Waste NOLA
Senior CampaignerJane Patton (she/her) is a Senior Campaigner with the Environmental Health team, based in New Orleans, Louisiana. Her work focuses primarily on global policy regarding the full life cycle of plastics.
Since 2011, Jane has been working with communities to address inequality, mitigate harm, and increase justice through organizing for safer environments, better schools, and greater self-determination. Initially focusing on primary and secondary education, she supported and lead teams for charter school networks to redesign data systems and curriculum delivery in her home state of Louisiana until 2016. In 2015, she co-founded No Waste Louisiana, which organizes for waste reduction and community-driven systems of reuse, refill, and repair and supports local groups across Louisiana to resist the onslaught of petrochemical development happening there. In 2016, Jane transitioned full-time to environmental campaign and coalition building work, serving for two years as the Managing Director of Plastic Pollution Coalition before moving to support and lead campaigns, projects, and policy work as part of the Break Free From Plastic (BFFP) movement. She served as interim coordinator for the US arm of BFFP and for the movement’s global corporate campaigns, before joining the team at CIEL.
Jane holds a BA in International Relations & Politics from the University of Essex and a Master of Public Policy from Georgetown University.
Jane can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Original Air Date: February 23, 2021
Logan A. Burke & Sophie Zaken