Caroline Koch MPP/MBA Candidate, Heller School for Social Policy and Management

Caroline Koch is a dual Master’s in Public Policy and Master’s in Business Administration student at the Heller School at Brandeis University. She currently works at Brandeis’ Institute on Assets and Social Policy, where she is part of a team investigating the labor market impacts on the Boston Hyatt Hotel workers that were unexpectedly fired in 2009. In the summer of 2015, Caroline was a Harvard Kennedy School Rappaport Public Policy Fellow for the City of Boston’s Department of Neighborhood Development. Prior to attending the Heller School, Caroline worked with MassINC, a non-profit think tank that supports the growth of Massachusetts’ midsized post-industrial cities. Caroline earned her BA in Political Science from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and currently resides in Somerville, MA.

ARTICLES By Caroline Koch

The 80 Percent Challenge

A Survey of Climate Change Opinion and Action in Massachusetts

This report, made possible with generous support from the Barr Foundation, represents the first in-depth look at how Massachusetts residents perceive the problem posed by global warming, as well as their willingness to embrace efforts to address this unprecedented challenge. With the Global Warming Solutions Act of 2008, Massachusetts became one of the first states

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