Manager, Global Climate Cooperation
Areas of expertise:
international climate policy, carbon markets, multilateralism
Maggie Ferrato is a Manager on the Global Climate Cooperation team, where she supports EDF’s multilateral engagement on key topics from carbon markets to the global stocktake.
She recently contributed to the EDF's Climate 411 blog about how the world is not on track to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement.
Prior to EDF, Maggie worked to advance climate action as a consultant at the United Nations and as a legislative staffer at the U.S. Senate. She received her master’s degree from the Yale School of the Environment.
Progress & Next Steps on Article 6: Looking ahead to COP28
December 12, 2022
COP 27: The 3 issues we’re watching as the world gathers in Sharm El-Sheikh
November 6, 2022
Markets, stocktake, and impacts: The three issues to watch at the UN climate talks in Bonn
June 3, 2022
Countries must heed IPCC reports as they review collective progress under the global stocktake
April 13, 2022