Policy challenges for coastal communities striving to be more resilient
- Photo by Aaron Burden
- Climate Resilience
Elizabeth Andrews is the Director of William & Mary Law School’s Virginia Coastal Policy Center. She formerly served as Senior Assistant Attorney General and Chief of the Environmental Section of the Virginia Office of the Attorney General, where she oversaw a team of attorneys representing and providing counsel to the Secretary of Natural Resources and the natural resources agencies of the Commonwealth.
Elizabeth also chaired the Office’s internal APA Committee and became known for her expertise in Virginia administrative law. Most recently, she served as the Water Policy Manager for the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality, where she worked closely with the legislature, the regulated community and environmental organizations to address the water quality and quantity challenges facing Virginia, particularly its coastal areas. She serves as the Virginia representative on the Chesapeake Bay Program’s Climate Resiliency Workgroup.
Join Elizabeth and UVA faculty as we explore her work and collectively consider novel research frameworks, theories, models, and applications. This is part of the Convergence Dialogue series.
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