Howard Marano is a research assistant for Energy and Environment Policy at American Progress. Prior to joining American Progress, he worked in the climate and energy program at the Union of Concerned Scientists, supporting federal and state clean energy advocacy campaigns. Previously, he was a policy intern at the Alliance to Save Energy and an intern for the Ocean Policy team at American Progress. As a student at George Mason University, he worked as an intern for a Labour Party member of the U.K. Parliament in Westminster, tracking social and energy policy legislation.

Marano received a master’s degree in public policy—with a concentration in environmental policy—from George Washington University in 2016 and a bachelor’s degree in government from George Mason University.

By Howard Marano
How the United States Can Remain Engaged in International Climate FinanceCenter for American ProgressSeptember 6, 2017
How California Can Continue its Global Climate LeadershipCenter for American ProgressJune 30, 2017
Trump is wrong: Clean energy is great for the U.S. economyMarketWatchJune 8, 2017
The Big Melt: Curbing Arctic Climate Change Aligns with U.S. Economic and National Security GoalsCenter for American ProgressMay 8, 2017
In First 100 Days, Congress Took Aim at the Democratic Foundations of America’s Environmental LawsCenter for American ProgressApril 13, 2017
The Perversity of Cutting the International Climate BudgetCenter for American ProgressMarch 16, 2017
North American Climate Cooperation at a CrossroadsCenter for American ProgressFebruary 16, 2017
3 Reasons Why Undermining the Paris Climate Agreement Would Be Bad for BusinessCenter for American ProgressJanuary 13, 2017
How Exxon Won the 2016 ElectionCenter for American ProgressJanuary 10, 2017
Advancing Climate-Compatible Infrastructure Through the G-20Center for American ProgressDecember 22, 2016
5 Ways the German G-20 Presidency Can Prevent Backsliding on the Global Climate EffortCenter for American ProgressDecember 8, 2016
As the Paris Era Begins, the United States Decides Between Influence and IrrelevanceCenter for American ProgressNovember 18, 2016
How Carbon Pricing Could Span the United States and North AmericaCenter for American ProgressNovember 3, 2016
The First G-20 Fossil Fuel Subsidy Peer ReviewCenter for American ProgressOctober 26, 2016
Adding Fuel to the Fire: The Climate Consequences of Arctic Ocean DrillingCenter for American ProgressMarch 21, 2013