Timothy Mason is Assistant Director for Energy & Mitigation Policy at the Aspen Institute’s Energy & Environment Program, where he leads the Program’s dialogues and forums regarding combatting the climate crisis in general, and energy transitions in particular. The Energy and Environment Program, one of the longest running at the Aspen Institute, challenges thought leaders to test and shape energy and environmental policies, governance systems, and institutions that support the wellbeing of both nature and society. Like the Aspen Institute as a whole, the Energy and Environment Program seeks to inspire and explore new ideas that provoke action in the world.
Previously, Timothy was Associate Director of the Yale Center for Environmental Law & Policy, a joint undertaking of Yale Law School and the Yale School of the Environment. Before joining Yale, Timothy worked in legislative politics and political campaigns. A Florida native, he attended the University of Florida Law School, and studied international relations at the University of Central Florida, where he was a Florida Gubernatorial Fellow.