Ben DeAngelo

Senior Advisor

National Coordination Office (NCO)

Contact person by email

Ben DeAngelo is a Senior Advisor with USGCRP.

Ben has worked with EPA since 1997, initially working on stratospheric ozone protection, including the phase-out of HCFCs under the Clean Air Act and Montreal Protocol. More recently, he served as Senior Analyst on domestic and international efforts to address human-induced climate change, utilizing science to support greenhouse gas mitigation actions and analyzing the benefits (avoided impacts) of mitigation. Since 2009, Ben has been working on efforts under the Arctic Council to address black carbon and methane emissions, co-chairing an international task force, and collaborating with the State Department to negotiate a voluntary agreement on these emissions.

Ben served on three U.S. delegations that have the responsibility of approving the summary for policymakers of the IPCC’s assessments. Earlier in his EPA tenure, Ben was an analyst for carbon sequestration and greenhouse gas mitigation in forestry and agriculture, as well as a developer of public communication materials for climate change.

Ben’s academic background includes a Master’s degree from the Geography Department of the University of Toronto, a year in Germany on a Fulbright Grant spent at the Wuppertal Institut and the University of Dusseldorf, and an undergraduate degree in Geography from Penn State University.