Megan Ceronsky is an attorney with the Climate and Air Program at the Environmental Defense Fund, where she works on litigation, regulatory developments, and policy design related to climate change and air pollution more generally. Previously, Ms. Ceronsky was a member of Van Ness Feldman's climate change and environmental practice group. There she counseled clients on regulatory and legislative developments related to climate change, renewable energy, and energy efficiency at the federal, state, and international levels. Ms. Ceronsky clerked for Judge Blane Michael of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. She earned her J.D. from YaleLaw School and holds an MSc in Environmental Change and Mangement from Oxford University. While at Oxford, Ms. Ceronsky conducted research on the social cost of carbon in conjunction with the Stockholm Environmental Institute. She and her colleagues investigated the effects of non-linear climate responses on projections of the costs of global warming, a project funded by teh British Government and the European Union. Ms. Ceronsky also worked on environmental issues as the Natural Resources Advisor to U.S. Senator Max Baucus (D-MT).