Naina Agrawal-Hardin is a Junior in Yale College majoring in History and pursuing certificates in Energy Studies and Spanish. She is interested in leveraging the power of strategic litigation and social movements to accelerate an equitable clean energy transition. As a Yale Law School Liman Fellow, she has worked with experts at NYU Law School and the University of Oxford to study loss and damage litigation pathways in the Global South. She is also involved in the youth climate movement, formerly serving as a national political strategist for the Sunrise Movement and nationally coordinating the U.S. youth climate strikes. At Yale, she organizes with the Endowment Justice Coalition, researches energy history with Professor Paul Sabin, works at the Asian American Cultural Center, and sings jazz a cappella. She has spoken at events ranging from Aspen Ideas: Climate to the Teen Vogue Summit, and her work has been featured in The New York Times, The Guardian, Al Jazeera, USA Today, and more.