Caroline has extensive experience in community outreach, sustainable material management and contracts. She has a Master’s degree from Vermont Law School in energy regulation and law as well as a B.A. in Environmental Biology from the University of Colorado in Boulder. She has also earned a Sustainability Management Certificate from the University of Colorado’s Environmental Center, and is active in clean energy and Zero Waste initiatives in numerous states and counties, testifying before several governmental bodies and committees.
Caroline is trained in Zero Waste, financing of sustainability initiatives, sustainability for municipalities and sustainability strategies in the building industry, as well as the interplay of energy issues with solid waste solutions.
In reviewing several articles from local newspapers, it is very apparent that Caroline Eader is becoming one of the faces of an ever growing “Zero Waste” community. Her education, experience and tenacity make her a formidable force in defeating incineration and implementing “Zero Waste” solutions. Let’s support the important work she is doing to change legislation, leading by example in order to protect the health of local communities, and to prioritize the energy and material resource savings by promoting a Zero Waste resource recovery hierarchy rather than a rush to burn resources and taxpayer funds.