Carla García Zendejas is a recognized environmental lawyer from the Baja California Peninsula whose expertise is respected regionally. Her knowledge and perspective derives from her extensive work for international and national organizations on social, economic and environmental issues. In the past fifteen years she has achieved numerous successes in cases involving energy infrastructure, water pollution, environmental justice and development of government transparency legislation. Carla has empowered activists with critical knowledge to fight environmentally damaging and potentially hazardous liquefied natural gas terminals not only on the Baja California peninsula but also on the U.S. Pacific Coast and in Spain. As a Fulbright Scholar she earned a Masters in Law from the Washington College of Law at American University.

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