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Tim Rosenfeld

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Tim consults on energy efficiency and resource policy working primarily with local governments.  He first worked on water conservation in the late 1970's at the Calif. Energy Commission to address the impact of water use on energy use.  At the CEC and later the Local Government Commission, he worked with a broad range of stakeholders to overcome barriers and successfully implement local government energy initiatives. Professionally and as a community activist, he promotes an integrated approach to water, energy and other resource sustainability.   He currently works with local governments in Marin and Sonoma, and the City of Oakland on sustainable energy planning and programs.  Tim lives in Marin County, chairs Marin Conservation League's Water Resources Committee and serves on Marin Municipal Water District's Water Conservation Advisory Committee.  He received a BFA from Calif. Institute of the Arts in 1971 and an MA in Urban Planning from UCLA in 1978.