Director, Interior West and Northwest, Climate & Clean Energy Program
For over a decade, Noah Long has worked to advance policies for deploying renewable energy, increasing energy efficiency, deploying cleaner cars and electric vehicles, and cleaning up or shutting down dirty power plants. In Long’s first project with NRDC, he helped initiate a successful campaign to protect the wildlife, wildlands, and communities of Chile’s Patagonia from damages associated with large-scale hydrological development. Currently, Long manages NRDC’s clean energy and climate policy initiatives in the interior west and northwest. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Bowdoin College, a master’s in international development and environmental policy from the London School of Economics, and a J.D. from Stanford Law School. He is based in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
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