With a background in environmental science and policy, Helen Walter-Terrinoni is director of Global Climate Policy for Trane Technologies. She works to proactively advance policies that accelerate climate technology adoption around the world for all. Prior to joining Trane Technologies, Helen was vice president of regulatory affairs at the Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute (ACHRI). She has led transitions in technology, manufacturing and business, including low-global-warming-potential refrigerant development, supply chain, environmental mitigation, hazardous process safety and strategic planning. She is currently a co-chair of the UN Montreal Protocol Foams Technical Options Committee and a member of the Technical and Economic Assessment Panel. She has a master’s degree in engineering with a concentration in environmental engineering from Syracuse University.