Education, Training, & Certifications
- J.D., Georgetown University 2002
Duke Appointment History
- Program and Modeling Support for the PJM States and the Clean Power Plan awarded by Energy Foundation 2015 - 2016
- Proposal for a Nicholas Institute Roundtable: Environmental integrity in the Context of a Carbon Fee awarded by Environmental Defense Fund 2016
- Southeast Energy and Environmental Leadership Forum 2015 awarded by Energy Foundation 2015 - 2016
- Achieving Effective Implementation of Federal Carbon Emissions Standards: Empowering PJM States & Stakeholders through Critical Regional Dialogue awarded by Great Plains Institute for Sustainable Development 2015 - 2016
- 111D Clean Power Plan Policy for States awarded by Roy A. Hunt Foundation 2015
- The State Energy and Environmental Leadership Forum awarded by Energy Foundation 2013 - 2014
- Engaging Kentucky on the Section 111(d) Rulemaking Process awarded by Energy Foundation 2013 - 2014
- Publications & Artistic Works
- Monast, J, Murray, B, and Maniloff, P. "Design Issues for Linking Carbon Markets." In Designing Integration: The System of Climate Change Governance in North America. University of Toronto Press, 2013. (Chapter)
- Monast, J, Adair, S, and Hoppock, D. "New Source Review and Coal Plant Efficiency Gains: How New and Forthcoming Air Regulations Affect Outcomes." Energy Policy 70 (2014): 183-.
- Monast, J, and Adair, S. "Completing the Energy Innovation Cycle: The View from the Public Utility Commission." Hastings Law Journal 65 (2014): 1345-1392. Open Access Copy Link to Item
- Monast, J, and Hoppock, D. "Designing CO2 Performance Standards for a Transitioning Electricity Sector: A Multi-Benefits Framework." Environmental Law Reporter 44, no. 12 (2014): 11068-11078. Open Access Copy Link to Item
- Monast, J, and Adair, S. "A Triple Bottom Line for Electric Utility Regulation: Aligning State-Level Energy, Environmental, and Consumer Protection Goals." Columbia Journal of Environmental Law 38 (2013): 1-. Open Access Copy
- Adair, SK, Pearson, BR, Monast, J, Vengosh, A, and Jackson, RB. "Considering shale gas extraction in North Carolina: Lessons from other states." Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum 22, no. 2 (2012): 257-301.
- Monast, J, Pearson, BR, and Pratson, LF. "A cooperative federalism framework for CCS regulation (Accepted)." Environmental & Energy Law Journal of the University of Houston Law Center (2011). (Academic Article)
- Monast, J. "EPA Clean Power Plan Reenergizes the US Climate Policy Debate." The Conversation (2015).
- Monast, J. "Opportunities Exist for Progress." National Journal (2013).
- Monast, J, and Tarr, J. Beyond Carbon Dioxide: Capturing Air Quality Benefits with State 111(d) Plans. Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, Duke University, 2014.
- Monast, J, Adair, S, Hoppock, D, and Echeverri, D. The State Role in Technology Innovation-- Deploying Low-Carbon Coal Technologies Series. Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, Duke University, 2013.
- Monast, J, Tarr, J, and Profeta, T. Regulating CO2 Under Section 111(d): Options, Limits, and Impacts. Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, Duke University, 2013.
- Monast, J. Energy Efficiency and Greenhouse Gas Limits for Existing Power Plants: Learning from EPA Precedent. Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, Duke University, 2013.
- Teaching & Mentoring
- ENVIRON 593: Independent Studies and Projects 2018
- ENVIRON 899: Master's Project 2018
- ENVIRON 985: DEL: Energy, Environment and the Law 2018
- ENVIRON 997: Duke Environmental Leadership: Independent Studies and Projects 2018
- ENVIRON 999: Duke Environmental Leadership: Master's Project 2018
- ENERGY 396: Connections in Energy: Interdisciplinary Team Projects 2016
- ENERGY 796: Connections in Energy: Interdisciplinary Team Projects 2016
- ENERGY 891: Topics in Environmental Regulation 2016
- ENVIRON 868: Natural Resources Law 2016
- ENVIRON 891: Topics in Environmental Regulation 2016
- LAW 368: Natural Resources Law 2016
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