Chad Frischmann

Chad Frischmann

Vice President & Research Director, Project Drawdown, Berkeley


How To Reverse Climate Change

Chad Frischmann is the Vice President & Research Director at Project Drawdown, where he leads the Drawdown Coalition, Senior Research Team, and Fellowship Programs. Drawdown uses information from multiple fields to propose actionable solutions to reverse global warming.

At the sixth MAD Symposium, Chad delves into the frameworks and purpose around Project Drawdown. Revealing the impact that our food industry, agriculture, and production has on the climate, Chad urges the MAD community to look at how we can change our food and restaurant systems to change our climate.

 

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