by Amy Jolly, Center for Climate Protection | Nov. 6, 2015
The Center for Climate Protection is happy to introduce our team of
interns for the fall.
Daniel Settlemyer is a senior at Sonoma State
University, studying Energy Management and Design. He is working on a variety
of projects at CCP, including research on feasible locations for photovoltaic
parking structures as well as other solar and renewable energy projects. He is
also doing research and providing technical support for ECO2school’s
Upstream Portfolio application, correlating the health and wellness of youth
with the adoption of alternative transportation habits.
Martina Schnitzler is a senior at Sonoma State
University, studying Environmental Studies and Planning. CCP has partnered with the Sonoma County Spare
the Air Resources Team to bring Clean Commute Fairs to large businesses
interested in encouraging alternative commute options for their employees.
Martina is researching clean commute options, reaching out to businesses, and
coordinating events. She is an avid user of active, alternative
transportation. In her own words, “We are currently a car-centric society,
building our communities around accessibility for cars. We need to create transit-oriented
development that allows us to perform our daily activities without the use of carbon-intensive cars.”
Samantha Hayman, a senior at Windsor High School, has joined the Youth Advisory
Board. For her senior project, she is upgrading the bike generator, a demonstration bike that illuminates light bulbs as you pedal. Riders
can experience the different amount of energy needed to power old-fashioned
incandescent bulbs and high efficiency LED bulbs. She will make improvements to the bike, adding energy gauges to clarify our energy use message. Her enjoyment of
service learning and her interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and
Mathematics) education makes here a perfect fit here at the Center for Climate
Protection. Samantha is working with long-time CCP supporter and board member
Jim McGreen on her project.
Amy Jolly is the Youth Leadership Implementation Manager at the
Center for Climate Protection. She runs the ECO2school program and the Youth
Advisory Board, in addition to coordinating intern projects and activities.
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