Maggie Comstock is a policy analyst at the U.S. Green Building Council working on federal and international green building policy and climate affairs. She has extensive experience working on environmental policy issues both domestically and abroad through her time working in the U.S. Senate, House of Representatives, UK Parliament, and Irish Parliament. In December 2009, she served as a delegate to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change COP15 in Copenhagen. Maggie holds a Master of Philosophy degree in Environment, Society and Development from the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom, focusing on international carbon markets and their implications for developing countries.
- For Cities to Walk the Walk, National Governments Need to Pave the Way
- Cities: The Drivers of Sustainable Human Development and Prosperity
- World Green Building Week 2012: USGBC Focuses on Resilient Buildings as Key to Protecting our Future
- A Renewed Commitment to Buildings and their Social Benefits
- The Top Three Reasons Rio+20 Will Change the World
- What is a Smart City and How Can a City Boost Its IQ?
- UN Panel's Recommendations for Cities as a Vehicle for Sustainable Development
- City-wide Clean Development Mechanism: A Framework for Empowering Cities