Environment Texas Research and Policy Center Staff
Started on staff: 1999
A.B., Harvard University.
Elizabeth’s research specialties include global warming, fracking, clean vehicles and the ecological consequences of economic growth. She is the primary author of more than 50 reports, including “Moving America Forward,” assessing the impact of state and national policies to reduce global warming emissions; “Fracking by the Numbers,” tallying the cumulative impacts of fracking on our air, water and land; and reports covering the benefits of state adoption of stronger vehicle emission standards. Elizabeth resides in Northern California with her husband and son, where she enjoys biking, hiking in the redwoods and playing at the beach.