Areas of expertise:
U.S. climate policy, carbon markets, renewable energy, climate adaptation, economic analysis, behavioral economics
Prior to joining EDF, Morgan was a Director at Keybridge LLC, where she oversaw economic and climate policy advising for government agencies and industry associations. During this time, Morgan led federal research and policy efforts to improve communication around flood risk, enhance community climate adaptation, and reduce suffering from natural disasters. Morgan has also advised on NYC municipal energy policy as an EDF Climate Corps fellow and served as a sustainable development consultant for the Global Island Partnership.
Morgan holds a MA in International Economics and Climate Policy from Johns Hopkins University SAIS and a BA in Economics from Rhodes College.
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