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Gov. John Bel Edwards has named a University of Louisiana at Lafayette mechanical engineering professor to the state’s newly formed Climate Initiatives Task Force.

Dr. Terrence Chambers is among more than 20 panel members. It includes representatives of state and federal governments, the private sector and academic institutions.
The task force’s goal: to recommend strategies to eliminate statewide net greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.

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