On Tuesday, October 10, Edward Cameron, one of the architects of the Paris Climate Accord will speak at Maple Street School from 9 – 10 a.m. in Hunter Hall. The community is welcome and encouraged to attend. Cameron recently relocated to Manchester, after a career spanning work at the World Bank and in the European Union, working with countries including the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland on environmental law and policy. Cameron is originally from Dublin and earned his Ph.D. focusing on the intersection of climate change and human rights. He then worked for the government of Maldives, where he helped shape that country’s public policy on climate change. After working at the World Bank, Cameron worked for the World Resources Institute in Washington, D.C. where he worked to educate policy makers in the United States and at the UN on climate.