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Kasey Knoell

Associate , ICF

Kasey Knoell is an Associate at ICF in the Climate Change sector supporting policies and programs to reduce the uptake of technologies that impact the climate system and to reduce emissions of ozone depleting substances and greenhouse gases both domestically and globally. Using chemical risk assessment, greenhouse gas accounting and modeling, and rulemaking support, Kasey ‘s work focuses on reducing the consumption and emissions of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), which are powerful greenhouse gases thousands of times more potent per pound than carbon dioxide. Kasey holds Bachelor of Science degrees from the University of Virginia in Chemical Engineering and Environmental Science, and is currently working on her Master of Science in Environmental Engineering and Science at Johns Hopkins University.