Eliza Cava

Policy Analyst, Renewable Energy and Wildlife

Eliza CavaAreas of expertise: renewable energy policy; mitigation; GIS

Eliza works to facilitate wildlife co-existence with wind and solar energy. She reviews and analyzes federal projects and policies that touch upon a broad range of energy, land management, and wildlife conservation issues. Prior to working in environmental policy, Eliza was an environmental and outdoor educator. Eliza received a B.A. in Environmental Education from Swarthmore College and a Master of Environmental Science from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. 

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