Meredith Anderson

Planning Technician 

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Phone: 530.582.4800

As a Planning Technician on SBC’s Climate & Energy team, Meredith Anderson works to help communities in the Sierra Nevada prepare for the impacts of climate change through the development of greenhouse gas emissions inventories and climate planning strategies.

Originally from the Chicago area, Meredith has been living and working in the Tahoe region for the past three years. She is a graduate of Santa Clara University and holds a B.S. in Environmental Science, specializing in Water, Energy, and Technology, and a minor in Political Science. Most recently, she worked as a CivicSpark Climate Fellow with the Sierra Nevada Alliance and the City of South Lake Tahoe, working on energy efficiency and climate planning efforts. In addition to her CivicSpark position, she also worked at ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability as a Program Associate for California’s Statewide Energy Efficiency Collaborative.

Growing up around lakes in the Midwest and Canada, Meredith gained an appreciation for outdoor recreation and the natural environment. Meredith lives in South Lake Tahoe, where she enjoys kayaking, camping, biking, skiing, exploring the beautiful Sierra Nevada, and getting outside with her dog, Hudson.

Blogs by Meredith Anderson

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