Kareem Hammoud is a Policy Advisor with the U.S. Climate Alliance, where he leads the Alliance’s industrial decarbonization and short-lived climate pollutants work and manages the Alliance Policy Database. Before joining the Alliance, Hammoud completed a Master of Environmental Management at the Yale School of Environment, where he specialized in environmental policy analysis, clean energy systems, and industrial ecology. While at Yale, he worked on multiple projects that identified and quantified top decarbonization policies for implementation by U.S. actors, including the 2019 America’s Pledge report. Hammoud previously performed ESG research for a San Francisco mutual fund and obtained a B.S. in Environmental Science from U.C. Berkeley.