Conservation Policy Advocate
Pacific Regional Center - Alaska
Pat Lavin is an environmental attorney working on climate change and energy issues in the Anchorage, Alaska office of the National Wildlife Federation.
He has 17 years of experience in environmental law, litigation, policy and campaigns in Alaska and currently leads the Alaska conservation community’s efforts to promote federal clean energy and climate change legislation. He also helps lead a campaign to transition to clean, renewable energy sources for Alaska, beginning with a commitment to produce 50% of the state’s electricity with renewable sources by 2025.
Pat attended the University of Oregon Law School, obtaining his J.D. with a Certificate of Completion in Environmental and Natural Resources Law.