Environmental Law, Natural Resources Law, Climate Change, Sustainability, Travel.
Writing, teaching, travel, reading.
Andrea G. completed a multi-disciplinary degree in Environmental Science, and minors in Political Science and History.
Andrea G. completed a J.D. with a focus on Environmental and Natural Resources Law.
Andrea G. writes a blog, "4initalia" about the delicious confusion of living in Italy, a country that institutionalized anarchy. She has published humor articles, including "Piccolina," which appeared on the Erma Bombeck Writer's Workshop website, and is presently working on an Italian memoir.
Andrea G. understands environmental and natural resources laws because she litigated many of the major laws on behalf of federal and state environmental agencies and environmental organizations, and has taught more than twenty of those laws at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. She translates complex legal, technical, and scientific data into well-researched articles accessible to all readers, from legal experts to the general public. She has published articles on environmental law issues, including energy, "EPA Hearings Can Be So, Like, High School" and water quality, "U.S. Water Quality: No Day at the Beach," and her letter to the editor on pesticide regulation was published in The New Yorker.
Andrea G. has given multiple presentations to civic groups, students, and activists on environmental issues including climate change, water quality, air quality, and international environmental law. Her presentations are informative, interactive, and engaging.
Andrea G. founded Onward Environmental Advocates, L.L.C. (OEA) to provide local governments and environmental advocates the knowledge and tools they need to use environmental law effectively.