Amanda Levin focuses on business outreach and helps companies procure clean energy, reduce their carbon footprints, and support climate action. She also serves as an analyst for the Climate and Energy programs and works on multiple NRDC modeling efforts. Prior to her current role, Levin was a Schneider Fellow in NRDC’s Chicago office, where she focused on utility and state-level issues related to rate design, clean energy, and Clean Power Plan compliance. She holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in public policy from Stanford University and works in NRDC’s Washington, D.C., office.
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Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Clean Energy Is America’s Next Frontier & Path to a Safer Climate
NRDC’s new report , America’s Clean Energy Frontier: The Pathway to a Safer Climate Future , shows how the United States can meet our short- and long-term climate goals relying primarily on today’s proven clean energy solutions—and with tremendous climate and health benefits that far surpass the...