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Carol Lee Rawn

Carol Lee Rawn directs the Transportation Program at Ceres. She is an environmental attorney with over twenty years of experience working with federal and state regulatory agencies, companies, and nonprofit organizations on a wide variety of environmental issues.
Carol Lee Rawn

Director, Transportation Program

Carol Lee Rawn directs the Transportation Program at Ceres. She is an environmental attorney with over twenty years of experience working with federal and state regulatory agencies, companies, and nonprofit organizations on a wide variety of environmental issues. She currently works with investors and companies to advance sustainable transportation policies.

She previously served as General Counsel for the Massachusetts Executive Office of Environmental Affairs, as well as Deputy Legal Counsel to the Governor of Massachusetts. She has also been an attorney with the Conservation Law Foundation, the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office, and the Natural Resources Defense Council.

Recent Blog Posts

Ceres

A Breath of Fresh Air

by Carol Lee Rawn, Director, Transportation Program Ceres Posted on Mar 28, 2014

After years of study, EPA announced the new Tier 3 standards, which will significantly reduce tailpipe emissions of smog and soot from vehicles.

Breaking Energy

Regulations Helping Build California Clean Fuels Market

by Carol Lee RawnBreaking Energy Posted on Jul 01, 2013

A new report, produced by Ceres and a coalition of industry partners, highlights just how rapidly California companies are developing diverse new, low-carbon fuel options to meet LCFS requirements.

The Energy Collective

Why Drivers Should Care About Sulfur Pollution

by Carol Lee RawnThe Energy Collective Posted on Jun 20, 2013

Most Americans pulling into gas stations are focused on the pump price, not the fuel's content. However, sulfur content and its impact on vehicle emissions and public health is worth their consideration.

Cars of Change

Cars of Change: For Automakers, Higher MPG = Higher Profits

by Carol Lee RawnCars of Change Posted on Jul 10, 2012

Automakers, and especially Detroit’s Big Three, will see greater sales and profits from stronger federal fuel economy standards. That’s what a recent report by Citi Investment Research in collaboration with Ceres found.

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