Annie Petsonk

International Counsel at Environmental Defense

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International Counsel at Environmental Defense and Adjunct Professor of Law at the George Washington University; former staffer in the administrations of Presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton, and the United Nations Environment Program

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