Caroline Cox is an associate attorney at ELPC, working on clean energy and natural resources protection litigation and policy issues in Ohio. Before joining ELPC, Caroline was a law clerk to Chief Judge Lee H. Rosenthal on the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas. While in law school, she was the forum chair of the Harvard Law Review and spent summers working for Munger, Tolles & Olson and the Conservation Law Foundation. She lives, works, takes long walks, and drinks copious amounts of coffee in Columbus, Ohio, with her fiancé.
The greenways and trails around Columbus, Ohio, are remarkable places to feel closer to nature, people watch, and enjoy the changing seasons. Daily runs on the Scioto Greenway led me to fall in love with the city.
I’m a pessimistic optimist: I worry a lot about the climate crisis, but I believe we can do something about it. I do this work because I want to be part of the solution and make my hopes for the future possible.
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