Elizabeth Zelljadt, Adjunct Faculty

Elizabeth (Lisa) Zelljadt is a Fellow at the Berlin-based Ecologic Institute with a focus on climate and energy. An expert on environmental markets, particularly carbon trading, she previously worked as a journalist and analyst at Thomson Reuters Point Carbon. She has been involved in the United Nations climate negotiations for over a decade and closely follows North American climate chance policy as a contributor to the carbon market news source Carbon Pulse. She is also a blogwriter for the US-based consumer energy information website ClearlyEnergy and contributor to green business website TriplePundit.

Zelljadt has an M.A. in environmental policy from the Ernst Moritz Arndt University of Greifswald in Germany and a B.A. in political science and international relations from Northwestern University in the United States. She is fluent and works in both English and German, and is also proficient in Russian.

Prof. Zelljadt’s JHU email is ezellja1@jhu.edu. She teaches 425.604 Energy and Climate Finance.