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Kate Logan

Master of Environmental Management 2020

Kate Logan is a Master of Environmental Management candidate with a specialization in Energy & the Environment. She is interested in innovative, collaborative mechanisms for pollution control and climate mitigation, especially in countries undergoing rapid industrial development.

Kate spent last summer as an EDF Climate Corps Fellow at Lyft, where she employed life cycle analysis to develop Lyft’s first sustainability framework for its shared bikes and scooters. Prior to Yale, Kate was outreach director at the Institute of Public & Environmental Affairs (IPE), a Beijing-based environmental NGO founded by Yale World Fellow ’04 Ma Jun. Her work at IPE focused on integrating transparency and stakeholder participation into corporations’ supply chain environmental management systems. She was also a Princeton-in-Asia Fellow on the China Environmental Law & Governance Program at the Natural Resources Defense Council, where she researched environmental public interest litigation in China.

Kate is a co-founder of the Beijing Energy Network’s podcast, Environment China, and is an avid distance and trail runner. She graduated summa cum laude from Middlebury College with highest honors in East Asian Studies.