Director, U.S. Climate
Environmental Defense Fund
- Overcoming the Hydrogen Industry’s Emissions Challenge
Morgan Rote is the Director of U.S. Climate at Environmental Defense Fund, where she oversees research and economic analysis to shape and advance EDF’s federal climate policy priorities. Morgan leads EDF’s federal policy work on hydrogen, clean energy innovation, and supporting a just workforce and community transition. Prior to joining EDF, Morgan was a Director at the economic policy consulting firm Keybridge LLC, where she led federal research and policy efforts to improve communication around flood risk, enhance community climate adaptation, and support clean energy deployment. Morgan holds a MA in International Economics and Climate Policy from Johns Hopkins University SAIS and a BA in Economics from Rhodes College.