Scientist, Office of the Chief Scientist
Areas of expertise: Climate change, global warming, ecosystems
Lisa Moore works with other staff in the Office of Chief Scientist to ensure that EDF’s ongoing work is based on the best available science. She also leads the Office’s effort to identify and explore emerging issues that may be relevant to EDF’s mission.
An ecologist by training, Lisa has advised EDF on a variety of issues, including reactive nitrogen management and climate change adaptation. Before joining the Office of Chief Scientist, Lisa was a Lokey Fellow with EDF’s climate campaign team, bringing a scientific perspective to discussions about federal cap-and-trade legislation and international agreements for reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD). She continues to track, synthesize, and explain climate change research to colleagues, policymakers, and the public.
- PhD, Stanford University (Ecological effects of global change, 2005)
- BS, The University of Texas at Austin (Ecology, evolution, and conservation, 1997)