Christina Wolfe

Manager, Air Quality, Port and Freight Facilities


Areas of expertise:
Air quality, ports and shipping, green freight, transportation technology

Chris’ current role with EDF includes developing environmental performance strategies for the port and freight sectors, as well as working to identify innovative partnerships for clean air projects in transportation and goods movement.


Chris has technical expertise in air quality regulation for mobile and stationary sources (criteria pollutants and greenhouse gases), develops scientific and financial modeling tools, and works closely with diverse stakeholders on projects designed to improve air quality.

She has been involved in numerous successful environmental and emerging technology grant-funded projects at all project stages, including concept development, grant-writing, and project implementation.


M.A., Biology (Ecology & Evolution), Stony Brook University (2004)

B.S., Biology (Ecology, Evolution & Conservation Biology), University of Washington (2002)

B.A., Business Administration (Finance), cum laude, University of Washington (1996)