Eleonor Dyan Garcia
Dyan is a postdoctoral research scholar at Columbia Law School and a fellow at the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law. Her work with the Initiative on Climate Risk & Resilience Law focuses on the intersection between climate risk and resilience law and policy, financial regulation, and energy regulation.
Dyan previously worked as a Research Assistant at the Georgetown Climate Center, where she conducted research on opportunities for low-income and disadvantaged communities to capitalize on funding under the Biden-Harris Justice40 Initiative and other federal transportation grants, and on the U.S. healthcare industry's emissions reduction strategies. She practiced corporate and commercial law at Quisumbing Torres in the Philippines, a member firm of Baker McKenzie, for almost three years.
Dyan received her LL.M. in Environmental and Energy Law, with distinction, from the Georgetown University Law Center in 2022, and her J.D., second honors, from Ateneo de Manila University (Philippines) in 2016. She also holds a B.A. in Management Economics from Ateneo de Manila University (Philippines).