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At Johns Hopkins, Elizabeth “Lisa” Zelljadt is a lecturer for the MS in Energy Policy and Climate program.

Zelljadt has worked in the climate and energy policy field since 2006 in various capacities, including as a journalist, policy analyst, researcher, instructor, and consultant. Her areas of expertise within climate and energy policy include the international climate change negotiations under the UNFCCC, the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation of ICAO, greenhouse gas emission trading systems of the European Union, North America, China, and other regions as well as U.S. and Canadian domestic energy, climate change and renewables policies. Zelljadt has worked in the private sector and at a European non-profit think tank and taught the Energy/Climate Finance course for two semesters in 2013 and 2014. Her current role includes Contributing Editor at Veyt, where she is an information provider offering data and policy analysis related to carbon, renewables, and other environmental markets.

Zelljadt earned an MA in environmental policy from Universitaet Greifswald in Germany and a BA in political science and international studies from Northwestern University.

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