Areas of expertise: Clean Air Act, aviation, EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS), climate change, and air quality
Pamela Campos is a lead attorney in EDF’s Climate and Energy program advocating to address climate change and air quality issues on a regional, national, and international scale. She works with broad coalitions of stakeholders and in state, federal, and international courts in support of policies to drive health- and environment-protective technologies into the marketplace.
Pamela’s background includes developing new technologies to mass produce thin film solar cells, modeling the climate impacts of a shift to a hydrogen-based economy, and enabling high tech companies to enter into foreign markets. Prior to joining EDF, she served as Deputy Counsel to Governor Ritter in Colorado, and clerked for Judge Carlos Lucero on the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit.
- J.D. Yale Law School
- M.S. Technology and Policy, MIT
- B.A. Physics, Harvard