Armond Cohen is co-founder and Executive Director of the Clean Air Task Force, which he has led since its formation in 1996. In addition to leading CATF, Armond is actively involved in CATF projects focusing on Arctic stabilization, low carbon technology innovation and zero carbon fossil energy.
Prior to his work with CATF, Armond founded and led the Conservation Law Foundation's Energy Project starting in 1983. He is an honors graduate of Brown University and Harvard Law School, and served as judicial clerk for the late Harlington Wood, Jr. of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit 1982-1983. Armond has published numerous articles on climate, energy, and air pollution, and speaks and testifies frequently on these topics. He is a member of the Electric Power Research Institute Advisory Council, the Board of the Center for Sustainable Shale Development, and the Keystone Energy Board, and served on the Policy Subcommittee of the National Petroleum Council's 2011 North American Resource Development review.