Ellie Ramm was a Solutions and Engagement Fellow at the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES). She worked in a variety of capacities to build engagement and action on climate and energy issues of interest to states, cities and businesses to foster low-carbon, pragmatic, and sustainable solutions. Researching the connection between behavior and energy efficiency, she was the primary coordinator of projects for the Make an Impact initiative designed to raise awareness about actions that individuals can take  at home and in the community to live more sustainably.

Prior to joining C2ES, Ms. Ramm worked for the Maryland House of Delegates, the Alstom EU Delegation Office, and on international species conservation projects.

Ms. Ramm earned her master’s degree in international management of eco-innovation at the Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines in France, and has a Bachelor of Arts in international studies, Spanish, and environmental policy from Queens University of Charlotte.

Posts by Ellie Ramm

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Cities and businesses join to build resilience
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Low-cost cooling tips when the heat is on
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How millennials can shape our climate future
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Kick start spring with 5 green ideas
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Leap Day gives us 24 hours to help the planet
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Before and beyond Paris: Climate action at all levels
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Brazil Green Fair demonstrates how climate solutions can be scaled
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How a Green Fair connection helped the environment and employees
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Resolve to make an impact at work in 2015
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How to reduce home energy costs this winter