George T. Frampton, Jr. Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Medici Archive Project, holds degrees from Yale College, the London School of Economics (M.Sc. Econ.) and Harvard Law School. Mr Frampton’s career has combined law, environmental advocacy, non-profit management and government service. He was a law clerk to Hon. Harry Blackmun on the US Supreme Court; worked as a special prosecutor on the Watergate cover-up investigation and trial; and served as Assistant Secretary of the Interior and then Chairman of the White House Council on Environmental Quality under President Clinton. He was President of The Wilderness Society for seven years, and is now founder and CEO of the Partnership for Responsible Growth, advocating for carbon pricing as a climate change solution.