Areas of expertise: Climate change, air quality, energy
As a member of EDF’s Domestic Climate and Air legal team, Megan Ceronsky works to secure clean air and support climate change mitigation through policy initiatives and strategic litigation.
Megan works with leading businesses, public health groups, States, environmental groups and other allies to advocate and defend efficient policies to curb emissions that are destabilizing the climate and harming human health. She speaks, writes, and teaches on climate change law and policy.
Prior to joining Environmental Defense Fund, Megan worked in the climate change and environmental law and policy practices at Van Ness Feldman, PC. Previously she clerked for the Hon. M. Blane Michael on the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.
- J.D., Yale Law School
- M.Sc., Environmental Change and Management, Oxford University
- M.A. (Oxon), Human Sciences, Oxford University
- B.A., International Relations, University of Arkansas
- Marshall Scholarship
- Truman Scholarship