Alisa White is a joint JD and Master of Environmental Science candidate at Yale Law School and Yale School of the Environment. Alisa is passionate about climate and environmental justice in the United States and abroad. At the law school, she is board member of the Yale Environmental Law Association and the Yale Immigrant Justice Project, a submissions editor for the Yale Journal of International Law, and a member of the Rule of Law and Environmental Protection Clinics. This past summer, she worked at Environmental Defense Fund and Our Children’s Trust, advocating for clean air for all and the legal right to a stable climate. Prior to law school, Alisa graduated summa cum laude from Dartmouth College, worked in environmental consulting, and conducted research on community-based forest management in the state of Vermont, Mexico, and Ecuador.