Director of Special Projects, Climate & Air
Areas of expertise: Climate change, U.S. climate policy, U.S. Congress, EPA, air quality
Mark MacLeod works on a range of clean air issues before Congress and the EPA, including overseeing the program’s efforts on cleaning up diesel emissions and guiding outreach to electric power companies.
Before moving to EDF, Mark was the Policy Director for the Texas Senate Interim Committee on Electric Utility Restructuring.
Prior to that position, Mark was an Assistant Director in the Office of Policy Development at the Texas Public Utility Commission where he led the Commission’s investigation of electric utility restructuring.
Mark has received three Master’s degrees in Natural Resources, Public Policy, and Economics from Ohio State University and the University of Wyoming.
Mark serves on the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Air Act Advisory Committee.