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Lowy is a member of the Wall Street Journal's CEO Council and serves on the JRC's External Advisory Group for Public Policy & Finance at Princeton University.
com Pacific Gas and Electric Company has formed an External Advisory Group for ClimateSmart, the utility's new voluntary climate protection program that allows customers to investing in projects that eliminate or capture carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.
The group, which met for the first time earlier this month, replaces a former external advisory group disbanded late last year, which provided advice for both the NCSP and BreastScreen Aotearoa.
Greenhouse gas reduction projects under PG&E's program will be independently certified per the Registry's protocols, and overseen by an external advisory group consisting of a wide range of community groups, businesses and non-profit conservation agencies.
Since 2000, he is a member of the Advisory Panel of NATO Science Program and since 1998, a member of the External Advisory Group (EAG) to the European Union Research.
Their external advisory group includes physicians, lawyers, and senior executives at hospitals and health care associations.
The ETS Visiting Panel on Research, an external advisory group composed of distinguished education experts and policy-makers from organizations and universities across the country, is charged with reviewing the quality and appropriateness of ETS's research programs.
In addition to the internal program team, the external advisory group includes physicians, lawyers, and senior executives at hospitals and health care associations.