“Economic Impacts of Federal Climate Policy”

Kathleen Hartnett White is distinguished senior fellow and director of the Armstrong Center for Energy & the Environment at the Texas Public Policy Foundation. She served a six-year term as chairman and commissioner of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, the second largest environmental regulatory agency in the world after the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

She served on the Texas Water Development Board, Texas Economic Development Commission, Environmental Flows Study Commission, and Lower Colorado River Authority. She serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Regulatory Science, the Texas Emission Reduction Advisory Board, and Texas Water Foundation. She received her bachelor’s degree cum laude and master’s degree from Stanford University, where she received the Elizabeth Wheeler Lyman Scholarship for an Outstanding Woman in the Humanities. She was also awarded a Danforth National Fellowship for doctoral work at Princeton University in Comparative Religion and there won the Jonathan Edwards Award for Academic Excellence. She also studied law under a Lineberry Foundation Fellowship at Texas Tech University.

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