About Me

The earth needs to be protected and conserved for future generations, so I am determined to find practical solutions to today’s most pressing environmental problems. I am a truth-seeker, using the legal realm as my platform. I’m always open to explore the unknown and cutting-edge.

I rely on my passion, pragmatism, and analytical skills to get to the bottom of major issues in international and environmental law and policy. I hope I am making a difference in some small way. Find me on Twitter at @HeatherCroshaw for more frequent bursts of insight and information and Instagram at HeatherCroshaw. I am not the best at updating this blog on a consistent basis!

Currently I am a Visiting Attorney with the Environmental Law Institute in Washington, D.C., and am a consultant and Co-Founder at Adaptation Strategies International, a consulting group focusing on climate adaptation and resilience initiatives. I have a LL.M degree in Environmental Law and a Juris Doctor from Vermont Law School with a Certificate in Comparative and International Law. I have a Masters of Environmental Management in Environmental Economics and Policy and a certificate in International Development Policy from the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University and a Bachelor of Arts in Politics (plus a minor in Chemistry!) from Mount Holyoke College.

Please visit my Linked-In page for more information on my professional background: http://www.linkedin.com/in/hcroshaw or my CV.

Disclaimer: this is my private blog. All views expressed here are my own and I have sole editing authority. The entries posted on this blog do not reflect the opinions of my employer or associations.

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