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Climate - U.S.Sharyn Stein202-572-3396 (office)
202-905-5718 (cell) Email Sharyn For questions about: global warming, greenhouse gas regulations, EPA regulations.
Climate - InternationalJennifer Andreassen202-572-3387 (office)
202-288-4867 (cell) Email Jennifer For questions about: international climate policy, reducing emissions from deforestation (REDD+), aviation.
Corporate PartnershipsNancy Buzby617-406-1821 (office) Email Nancy
EnergyMica Odom512-691-3451 (office)
512-913-9068 (cell) Email MicaFor questions about: clean energy, smart grid, energy efficiency, natural gas.
OceansMatthew Smelser(202) 572-3272 (office) Email MatthewFor questions about: catch shares, our experts and our work in the US, Europe, Cuba, Mexico or Belize.
EcosystemsChandler Clay202-572-3312 (office) Email ChandlerFor questions about: sustainable agriculture, habitat protection, coastal restoration, rivers and deltas.
HealthJon Coifman212-616-1325 (office)
917-575-1885 (cell) Email JonFor questions about: air quality, nanotechnology, chemical safety.
CaliforniaChloe Looker415 293-6122 (office) Email ChloeFor questions about: AB32, cap and trade, energy.
New YorkJon Coifman212-616-1325 (office)
917-575-1885 (cell) Email JonFor questions about: clean heating oil, school buses.
North CarolinaGeorgette Foster919-881-2927 (office)
919-880-8033 (cell) Email GeorgetteFor questions about: public sector energy efficiency, Cuba ocean conservation.
TexasKatherine Owens512-691-3447 (office)
512-525-5932 (cell) Email KatherineFor questions about: air quality, endangered species, Pecan Street smart grid.
General EDF media inquiriesSharyn Stein202-572-3396 (office)
202-905-5718 (cell) Email Sharyn
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