Craig A. Hart, Adjunct Faculty

Craig A. Hart, J.D., Ph.D. is a lecturer at Johns Hopkins University’s Energy Policy & Climate program in Washington, D.C. Dr. Hart serves as the Executive Director of the Pace Energy & Climate Center at Pace University’s Haub School of Law and is a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council Global Energy Center.

Dr. Hart has more than 15 years of applied experience leading projects and advising governments and project developers in energy infrastructure finance and implementing decarbonization technologies. He has advised governments on policies and regulation supporting renewables, energy efficiency, grid modernization and microgrids, and low carbon technologies for the fossil-fuel power generation sector.

Dr. Hart’s academic research concentrates on carbon management technologies and energy and environmental law and policy, particularly in the context of economic development and firm competitiveness.

Dr. Hart earned Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology researching decarbonization paths with the aim of preventing dangerous climate change, a bachelor’s and law degree from the University of California at Berkeley, and a master’s in economics from New York University. He has lived and worked in China, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and the Soviet Union.

Prof. Hart’s JHU email is

Craig A. Hart