Logan Ashcraft

Master of Environmental Science, Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, 2017
Logan Ashcraft is a Master of Environmental Science degree candidate at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. Prior to Yale, Ms. Ashcraft spent four years with Deloitte Consulting, working to increase investment in cleaner energy systems throughout Southern Africa and Central America.
 
In summer 2016, she joined Deloitte China to advise the country's largest luxury vehicle manufacturer on reducing emissions and mitigating urban congestion in accordance with China's 12th Five Year Plan.
 
Following her work with Deloitte China, Logan began serving as an independent technical advisor to the Solar Energy Association of Cambodia (SEAC). Through the end of 2017, Ms. Ashcraft will work with Phnom Penh-based solar firms to identify creditworthy off-takers for industrial-scale photovoltaic solar projects and expand SEAC's network of third-party financiers. 
 
Ms. Ashcraft holds degrees in International Studies and Political Science from Johns Hopkins University and enjoys competitive sailing in her free time.
Authored Articles

Cuba’s Biodiversity Offers Hope for Caribbean Ecosystem Conservation

A tentative new relationship between Cuba and the United States, which were formerly at odds, may help build conservation finance and research opportunities in Cuba. Cuba, the “Pearl of the Antilles,” is one of the most important biodiversity hotspots worldwide, being the most biologically dense and diverse island in the Caribbean – with some of the most pristine beaches, the largest and densest forests, and the healthiest reefs.