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"Suzanne Hunt is leading the Carbon War Room’s work in aviation, renewable fuels, and biochar. In 2007 Suzanne founded Hunt Green LLC, which provides strategic advising for decision-makers in business, government and not-for-profit arenas on a range of renewable energy, sustainable mobility, agriculture, and green design challenges.
"Suzanne serves as a Senior Advisor to the Living City Block initiative and is a founding advisor to the annual Art Center Sustainable Mobility Summit, the Climate Lab, and the Latin American Council on Renewable Energy. Some of her recent initiatives include work on the role of agriculture in climate change, renewable energy and green building in South America, and the use of Web 2.0 and GIS (Global Information Systems) technologies to build the “information infrastructure” needed to accelerate the successful deployment of climate change solutions. Previously, Suzanne directed the Worldwatch Institute’s bioenergy program, where she orchestrated the landmark study, "Biofuels for Transportation: Global Potential and Implications for Energy and Agriculture.” She makes frequent speeches and media appearances around the world and provides thought leadership through numerous publications and board memberships. In 2007 Science Magazine featured Suzanne as a “Pioneer”. Suzanne also helps with the ongoing implementation of sustainability practices at her family’s 6th generation farm and winery, Hunt Country Vineyards, in upstate New York.
"She holds a BS in Environmental Science from Penn State and a dual master’s degree in International Affairs and Natural Resource Management from American University and the UN’s University for Peace in Costa Rica." 
Resources and articles
- Executive Team, Carbon War Room, accessed March 16, 2011.