Hana Vizcarra is a staff attorney at Harvard Law School’s Environmental & Energy Law Program where she leads EELP’s portfolio on private sector approaches to climate and environmental issues. She analyzes environmental regulatory developments, has written on the integration of climate-risk into corporate disclosures and financial risk management, and is developing the organization’s project on sea level rise. Before joining EELP in 2018, Hana practiced environmental law for over seven years with two national law firms. She handled complex environmental litigation, counseled on environmental compliance and regulation, and advised on environmental aspects of transactions. Hana previously worked in political research and communications for seven years. Hana received her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center in 2010 and B.A. from Pomona College in California in 2003.
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