Elizabeth Tedsen JD
Elizabeth Tedsen is a Researcher at Ecologic Institute and is the Coordinator for Ecologic Institute’s Arctic program. She is a member of the Ecologic Legal Team and a licensed attorney in California (USA) with a background in environmental law and policy. She is a native English speaker and is studying German.
Elizabeth Tedsen's work covers regulatory and policy analysis, with a particular focus on the Arctic, climate and energy, geoengineering, and transatlantic policy. She is also involved in work examining the linkages between climate change, hydro-conflicts, and human security (CLICO).
Prior to joining Ecologic Institute, Elizabeth Tedsen worked as an attorney in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she worked primarily in the areas of water and climate and advised new corporations. During her studies, she clerked with the Sierra Club Environmental Law Program, the US Department of Justice Environment and Natural Resources Division, and the law firm of Kenyon Yeates LLP. In addition, she previously worked as a research analyst at the Roberts Environmental Center, evaluating corporate sustainability reporting and performance.
Elizabeth Tedsen received her Juris Doctorate (JD) from the University of California, Davis School of Law, where she earned the school’s certificates in environmental law and public service. She received her Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Environment, Economics & Politics from Claremont McKenna College.