Danielle Arostegui

Senior Analyst, U.S. Climate

Work

Areas of expertise:
Climate change, U.S. climate and energy policy, innovation policy, agriculture and climate policy, clean fuels policy

Danielle is a Senior Analyst for the U.S. Climate Policy and Analysis team, where she works on a wide range of climate policy issues. 

Background

Prior to joining EDF, Danielle worked as a Research Assistant at the Congressional Research Service, providing research and analysis to members of Congress on issues relating to energy and climate change. As a graduate student at Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment she worked as a consultant for the City of Boulder, Colorado to assess the potential for the city to adopt a municipal carbon pricing policy, and as a Student Research Assistant with the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions. She also participated in a cross-disciplinary initiative to assess policy options for mitigating climate emissions from the agricultural and forestry sectors in line with achieving net-zero emissions economywide by mid-century.