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James S. Hoyte is currently Assistant to the President and Associate Vice President and Lecturer on Environmental Science and Public Policy at Harvard University. An attorney and speciality in public policy, he received his AB from Harvard College and JD from Harvard Law School. From 1983 to 1988, Hoyte served as Massachusetts Secretary of Environmental Affairs with responsibility for the planning and management of all environmental and natural resource conservation policies and programs for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. He has published articles in the fields of environmental policy and management and serves on the Boards of Directors of numerous environmental and civic organizations.



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