Eliot Levine is a Program Associate with the World Wildlife Fund’s Conservation Leadership program, Climate Change Program, and Kathryn Fuller Fund. Since starting at WWF in 2005, Eliot has conducted an analysis to assess the scientific needs and capacity across the WWF global network, co-authored, “Your Climate, Your Future” a high school curriculum aimed at mainstreaming climate change in classrooms across America, and coordinated Climate Camp 2008, a week long climate change adaption training program. Eliot also manages the Climate Witness Challenge, a nation-wide series of climate change talks on college campuses.
Prior to moving to DC, Eliot lived in New York where he earned a Masters of Public Administration in Environmental Science and Policy from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. He also holds a Bachelors of Arts in Environmental Studies from Penn State University. Prior to working at WWF he had a short consulting role (as part of his master’s program) with the United Nations analyzing transaction costs of the Kyoto Protocol’s Clean Development Mechanism. He also worked with the Colorado Environmental Coalition on issues of “Smart” growth and campaign finance reform.