Attorney, Climate Risk and Financial Regulations
Areas of expertise:
Climate risk and resilience, litigation, regulation, policy analysis
As an attorney with EDF’s U.S. Legal & Regulatory team, Stephanie works to reduce climate-destabilizing emissions and reveal the consequences of climate change across the U.S. economy, with a focus on regulation in the financial and energy sectors.
Stephanie joined EDF in 2021, after three years as a litigation associate at a law firm. Stephanie is a graduate of NYU Law, where she served as a Managing Editor of the NYU Environmental Law Journal. While in law school, Stephanie interned with organizations focusing on regulatory policy, environmental law, and environmental justice, as well as the EPA. She is admitted to practice in New York.
J.D., New York University School of Law; B.A. (Environmental Studies, Philosophy), St. Olaf College
Banking Regulators Take Critical Steps to Account for Climate-Related Financial Risks
November 30, 2022
Widespread support for the SEC’s proposed climate risk disclosure standards
September 13, 2022
How a proposed Department of Labor rule would help protect retirement savings from climate risk
March 14, 2022
New study shows federal agencies must consider climate risk in environmental reviews under NEPA
February 18, 2022
OSHA takes important first steps to address growing risks of heat to workers
February 8, 2022