Ted Langlois is a native of Buffalo, New York. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Physics with a concentration in Environmental Studies from the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts.
While pursuing his Master’s Degree at Clemson, he supports South Carolina E3 – Energy, Economy, and Environment (SCE3), an EPA-supported initiative that provides low-cost energy, waste, and lean business assessments to small manufactures in the South Carolina upstate.
His work within the E3SA research group involves leveraging Life Cycle Assessment methods to better understand, quantify, and interpret the Toxics Release Inventory – a database produced by the EPA to track hazardous chemicals and their release to the environment.
Through analysis of current environmental and economic systems, Ted hopes to propel public interest in a sustainable future.