Energy, Climate Change, and Infrastructure Policy
Andrew Holland is the American Security Project’s Senior Fellow for Energy and Climate. He is a Washington-based expert on energy, climate change, and infrastructure policy. He has over seven years of experience working at the center of debates about how to achieve sustainable energy security and how to effectively address climate change.
Prior to moving into the Think Tank world, he was a Legislative Assistant on Energy, Environment, and Infrastructure for United States Senator Chuck Hagel of Nebraska from 2006 through 2008. He also has experience working in the US House of Representatives for the House Ways and Means Committee and the Office of Congresswoman Roukema.
He holds a Master’s Degree in International Strategy and Economics from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland and a Bachelor’s Degree in History and Economics from Wake Forest University in North Carolina.
He is originally from New York City, grew up in New Jersey, and currently resides in Alexandria, VA.
He is an experienced writer and strategic analyst. He is widely cited in the media on energy and environmental policy. He has spoken about energy security, Arctic policy, and water resources at high-level events in South Korea, Brussels, Washington, London, Berlin, Geneva, and China.
In 2009 and 2010, he was the manager of the Transatlantic Dialogue on Climate Change and Security for the London-based International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS). This dialogue, funded by the European Commission, brought together subject experts from government, the military, NGOs, Think Tanks, and academia to discuss the impacts of climate change on food, water, and energy security. He has a close relationship with a diverse group of energy, security, and environmental experts from around the world.
He is a member of the Emerging Leaders in Energy and Environmental Policy (ELEEP) Network, a transatlantic network operated by the Atlantic Council and the Ecologic Institute, and is a member of the IISS.
“Bay of Bengal: A Hotspot for Climate Insecurity” – Sustainable Security, August 4, 2013
“U.S. – China Agreement on Climate Shows Promise” – Energy Trends Insider, April 25, 2013
“The many empty meanings of ‘energy security’“ - Christian Science Monitor, April 19, 2013
“With Military’s Push, Biofuels Can Grow” – Christian Science Monitor, December 2, 2012
“Why the New York Times is Wrong on the National Ignition Facility” – AOL Energy, October 17, 2012
“The Arctic: Last energy frontier?“ with Robert Gardner – The Hill, August 14, 2012
“Through Innovation and Investment, the U.S. Can Lead in Next-Generation Energy, Nuclear Fusion” with Nick Cunningham – AOL Energy, August 3, 2012
“Calming Tensions With Iran Is the Real Solution on Oil” – USNews and World Report Debate Club
“Running on empty: Failing to address high gas prices” – The Hill, April 17, 2012
“America’s Changing Energy Choices” – The Hill, March 5, 2012
“What America Can Learn from Detroit” – The Atlantic, February 17, 2012
“Blue Ribbon Commission: Disposing of our Nuclear Waste” – The Hill, February 3, 2012
Race Around the World: The 20 Year Contest for Oil” – The Atlantic, December 13, 2011
“Its Time For International Emissions Reductions” – AOL Energy, November 8 2011
“Fusion for the Future” – AOL Energy, September 20, 2011
“Why We Can’t Let Solyndra Failure Kill Support for Solar” – The Atlantic, September 15, 2011
Final Report to the European Commission - Climate Change and its Impact on Global Security, January 2011
“Copenhagen Accord Faces First Test” - IISS Strategic Comments, January, 2010
“Building Global Food Security”- IISS Strategic Comments, December, 2009
“Learning From Europe on Climate Change“- Survival, vol 51, no.6, December, 2009
“Deadlock on Climate Change” - IISS Strategic Comments, August, 2009
Will global warming lead to more war? It’s not that simple - Washington Post, August 5, 2013
China Seeks New Technology in Oil Deal - VOA News, August 2, 2012
First Business News: September 2011