Areas of Expertise:
climate change | environmental law
Cara Horowitz is the Andrew Sabin Family Foundation executive director of the Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at the UCLA School of Law, the nation’s first law school center dedicated to advancing law and policy solutions to climate change. Horowitz is an expert on California and federal climate policy and local sustainability who works on legal and policy solutions to climate change and related environmental issues. Horowitz can comment on how climate legislation in Los Angeles and California could be applied elsewhere.
Horowitz serves on the governing boards of local and national environmental organizations, including the Climate Law Institute, Climate Resolve and the Green LA Coalition. She was formerly a staff attorney at the Natural Resources Defense Council.