International Climate Director
Areas of expertise: Climate change, international climate policy, international trade law, U.N. climate negotiations
Jennifer Haverkamp is a former U.S. trade negotiator and an expert in international environmental and trade law. She leads EDF’s international climate policy team and advises our domestic experts on the international aspects of U.S. climate legislation.
Jennifer’s areas of expertise include bilateral and multilateral negotiations, international trade and climate policy, international trade and finance, international agreements & institutions and post-2012 roadmap/architecture.
Jennifer served as the Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Environment and Natural Resources in the U.S. Trade Rep’s Office before coming to EDF. She also served as a director in the USTR’s Office of Intellectual Property and Environment and in its Office of North American Affairs. She headed the U.S. delegation that renegotiated the International Tropical Timber Agreement in1994, and she helped negotiate environment and labor side agreements to the North American Free Trade Agreement, NAFTA. She received her JD from Yale University and her MA from Oxford University, where she was a Rhodes Scholar.
Johnson, Pierre, Robert Page, Jennifer Haverkamp, John Mizroch, Daniel Basurto, and Blanca Torres. Ten Years of North American Environmental Cooperation. Rep. Ten-Year-Review and Assessment Committee, 2004. Print.
Brooks, David J., Joseph A. Ferrante, Jennifer Haverkamp, Ian Bowles, William Lange, and David Darr. Economic and Environmental Effects of Accelerated Tariff Liberalization in the Forest Products Sector. Rep. Portland: U.S. Department of Agriculture Pacific Northwest Research Station, 2001. Print.
Brilmayer, Lea, Jennifer Haverkamp, Buck Logan, Loretta Lynch, Steve Neuwirth, and Jim O'Brien. "A General Look at General Jurisdiction." Texas Law Review 723rd ser. 66 (1988). Print.
Clark, Edwin H., Jennifer A. Haverkamp, and William Chapman. Eroding Soils: the Off-farm Impacts. Washington, D.C.: Conservation Foundation, 1985. Print.
Metzger, Philip C., and Jennifer A. Haverkamp. Instream Flow Protection: Adaptation to Intensifying Demands. Washington, D.C.: Conservation Foundation, 1984. Print.