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Peter Frumhoff
Director of Science & Policy
Peter Frumhoff, a global change ecologist with expertise in climate change and tropical forest conservation, ensures that UCS brings robust science to bear on our efforts to strengthen public policies.
Energy Analyst
Paula Garcia, an energy analyst in the Climate and Energy Program, evaluates energy resource and climate change mitigation options in the electricity sector and works to advance public understanding of renewable and conventional energy technologies, policies, and markets.
Senior Transportation Policy Analyst/Advocate, Clean Vehicles Program
Daniel Gatti is a Senior Transportation Analyst for the Clean Vehicles program at the Union of Concerned Scientists. Gatti’s work is focused on efforts to reduce emissions in the transportation sector in the Northeast region, through electrification, efficiency, and clean fuels.
Jamesine Rogers Gibson
Western States Senior Climate Analyst
Jamesine Rogers Gibson is the Western states senior climate analyst for the Climate & Energy program.
Lead Midwest Energy Analyst
James Gignac is lead Midwest energy analyst for the Climate & Energy program at the Union of Concerned Scientists.
Gretchen Goldman
Research Director, Center for Science & Democracy
Gretchen Goldman, research director at the Center for Science and Democracy, leads research efforts on the role of science in public policy.
Senior Analyst
Sam Gomberg is a senior energy analyst with the Climate & Energy program at the Union of Concerned Scientists who works on clean energy integration and modern grid issues.
Senior Scientist, Global Security Program
Laura Grego, a senior scientist in the UCS Global Security Program, is an expert on space security issues.
Co-Director, Global Security Program
Lisbeth Gronlund, co-director of the UCS Global Security Program and senior scientist, is an expert on technical and policy issues related to nuclear weapons, ballistic missile defenses, and space weapons.
Michael Halpern
Deputy Director, Center for Science and Democracy
As deputy director of the Center for Science and Democracy, Michael Halpern works to promote solutions that ensure government decisions are fully informed by scientific information and that the public understands the scientific basis for those decisions.