Narayan S. Subramanian is currently pursuing a dual degree at Columbia Law School and the Woodrow Wilson School of Public & International Affairs at Princeton University. He received his Bachelor of Science in Earth & Environmental Engineering from Columbia University. Narayan has worked as a research associate at the Environmental Law Institute and served as an advisor to the Republic of the Marshall Islands on the COP-21 climate change negotiations that produced the Paris Agreement. He has worked in energy policy in various capacities serving as a policy fellow at the California Governor’s Office, a legal fellow at the Natural Resources Defense Council, and most recently as a research fellow for the Initiative for Sustainable Energy Policy (ISEP) at Johns Hopkins University. At ISEP, Narayan is currently studying how national and sub-national governments can plan for long-term deep decarbonization.