Director and Senior Attorney, Methane and Clean Air Policy
Areas of expertise:
Federal environmental and energy regulation, the Clean Air Act, emissions standards for the oil and gas sector
Rosalie is a member of the Legal and Regulatory team in EDF’s Climate and Energy program. She advocates for strong climate and clean air protections, with an emphasis on reducing harmful emissions from the oil and gas sector.
Prior to joining EDF in October 2016, Rosalie was a litigation associate at Morrison & Foerster LLP in San Francisco. While in law school, Rosalie worked at Georgetown’s Institute for Public Representation, where she represented environmental organizations in litigation and regulatory processes.
- J.D., Georgetown University Law Center, cum laude
- B.S.; Cornell University, Applied Economics and Management, cum laude
In wake of Supreme Court ruling, we must go full steam ahead to reduce methane pollution
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Not-so-marginal wells and the need for strong EPA regulations
October 15, 2021
What to look for as EPA readies landmark methane rules
September 9, 2021
With oil and gas pollution rules restored, what’s next for EPA on methane?
July 29, 2021
New mapping tool shows who will be impacted by EPA’s dangerous methane rollback
December 9, 2019
Trump’s EPA moves one step closer to dangerous proposal to eliminate methane pollution standards
June 18, 2019
API attacks on methane safeguards contradict science and drag the industry backwards
March 1, 2019
Key takeaways from the court decision blocking suspension of BLM’s Waste Prevention Rule
February 23, 2018