EC4 Science & Technical Advisory Board (STAB)
The Rhode Island EC4 Science and Technical Advisory Board (EC4 STAB) was established pursuant to the Resilient Rhode Island Act of 2014. The EC4 STAB has nine members, appointed by the Governor with the advice and consent of the Senate. Four members are from institutions of higher education in the state; two are from research laboratories located in the state; and three are from state agencies with expertise in, and responsibility for, addressing issues pertaining to climate change. An ex-officio member from the RI Department of Health also serves on the STAB.
The EC4 STAB is charged with keeping the EC4 abreast of important developments in scientific and technical information relating to climate change and resiliency. It shall advise the EC4 regarding opportunities to provide timely support for key policy and management decisions, inventory key climate scientific and technical work being done by public-and private-sector entities, and assist the EC4 in communicating scientific and technical information to key user groups and the general public.
Michael Baer, RI Infrastructure Bank
Tracey Dalton, University of Rhode Island
Kelly Knee, RPS/ASA
Sarah Knowlton, Rhode Island College
Lilly Picchione, RI Public Transit Authority
Timmons Roberts, Brown University
Art Spivack, University of Rhode Island
Nicholas Ucci, RI Office of Energy Resources
Henry Walker, US EPA