Senior Program Manager
Stacey Davis has more than 20 years of experience working on regional and global air pollution issues with an emphasis on stationary sources. A skilled economic and policy analyst with a strong background in science and energy issues, she contributes to CCAP’s domestic and international programs.
Stacey currently manages CCAP’s U.S. Climate Policy Initiative, a multi-stakeholder dialogue working to develop flexible and efficient solutions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the United States. She is also leading CCAP’s efforts to support Minnesota policy makers in defining their state plan to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from the electric power sector. Stacey also contributes to CCAP’s work on energy policies in developing countries through the Mitigation Action Implementation Network (MAIN), and supports CCAP’s thought leadership on issues such as preventing double counting of emissions reductions in international carbon markets.
Previously, Stacey helped advance climate policy at the state level in the U.S., including serving as staff to California’s Market Advisory Committee and authoring and overseeing development of papers advising the State on policy questions related to AB32 implementation and cap and trade policy. She has supported climate change and air quality policy development in the states of Massachusetts, Minnesota, New York and Oregon, among others. She also directed multi-stakeholder workshops in Beijing and Xiamen, China on trading systems for the iron and steel, power and building sectors. Stacey has experience developing and applying power sector dispatch modeling tools and is the author or co-author of numerous publications on air quality and climate policy.
Stacey holds a master’s degree in resource economics and policy from Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment and a BA in International Studies and Human and Natural Ecology from Emory University.