Ray Minjares

Ray J. Minjares

Clean Air Program at The International Council on Clean Transportation

Location:
1225 Eye Street NW, Washington, D.C., District of Columbia, United States
HQ Phone:
(202) 534-1600

General Information

Education

BA  - environmental studies and international development studies , UCLA

MPH  - health policy and management , UC Berkeley School of Public Health

Affiliations

Board Member  - Urban Ecology

Recent News  

"Globally, the single-most important action to reduce the health impacts of excess diesel NOx emissions is for countries to implement and properly enforce" European standards for heavy vehicles, said co-author Ray Minjares, a researcher at the International Council on Clean Transportation, a Washington-based research group.

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Ray Minjares is a policy analyst for the ICCT, and previously worked in Washington, DC focusing on federal clean transportation policy, and as a research analyst at UC Berkeley.
He directed the National Clean Bus Project for the Environmental and Energy Study Institute in Washington, DC and coordinated its strategic outreach during reauthorization of TEA-21. He later moved to the American Cancer Society to support the implementation of its strategic management plan and pursue links between environmental policy and health. Ray has a MPH in health policy and management from the UC Berkeley School of Public Health and a BA in environmental studies and international development studies from UCLA.

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Ray Minjares
Program Lead ray@theicct.org

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