Petizu Phoebe Song
Phoebe came to EMAP after working as an environmental policy advocate for seven years, having most recently served as a member of the environment team at Bloomberg Philanthropies. At Bloomberg, Phoebe worked with cities around the world to accelerate the transition to clean energy, implement air pollution monitoring efforts, promote sustainable fishing practices and protect coral reefs, and supported Michael Bloomberg’s role as the United Nations Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for Climate Ambition and Solutions. Prior to Bloomberg, Phoebe worked at 350.org, a global grassroots organization that mobilizes large-scale civic engagements to demand climate action and accountability, and the Student Environmental Resource Center at the University of California, Berkeley, which cultivates a collaborative space to drive effective sustainable solutions and provide students with real-world, climate-related employment opportunities.
Phoebe is eager to bridge the knowledge and communication gap between technical scientific knowledge of climate and environmental issues and policies, and is devoted to addressing issues crossing racial equity and climate and environmental issues in America. Phoebe is a proud immigrant from Taiwan and holds a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science Policy and Management from UC Berkeley.