Dan Conrad, Policy Analyst for the North Carolina Conservation Network, will travel to Berlin and Prague to meet with German and Czech policy experts and decision makers.
During his stay, Dan will share findings from his work on renewable energies and awareness building at the state and regional level, with particular insights from the South East of the United States.
Dan Conrad is the Policy Analyst for the North Carolina Conservation Network. A North Carolina native, Dan holds a Juris Doctorate with honors (2009) from the University of North Carolina School of Law, and a BA with highest honors in Economics (2001) from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is also an active member in good standing of the North Carolina State Bar Association. His work specializes in air and energy policy at the state level, specializing in areas such as the development of Renewable Energy Portfolio Standards and wind energy facility permitting criteria. Before joining the NC Conservation Network, he worked full time in the summer and part time while in law school for the NC General Assembly Research Division (2007-2009) working primarily on environmental legislation. He also worked as a legal intern at the Natural Resources Defense Council (2008) and the US Department of Justice (2008.) Prior to law school he worked as an economic analyst for a consulting firm in Washington, D.C. and thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail.
The Transatlantic Climate Fellowship is part of The Climate Network-Transatlantic Solutions for a Low Carbon Economy, a 2-year program by the Heinrich-Boell-Stiftung and its offices in Brussels, Prague and Washington, DC.
The program is supported by the European Commission. The EC is not responsible for the content of the program.