Alok Disa

Senior Research and Policy Analyst Northeast Office


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Alok Disa is a Senior Research and Policy Analyst for the Northeast regional office in New York, New York, where he supports the region’s energy, agriculture and toxics docket.

Alok is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs.

The Latest from Alok Disa

An electric meter mounted to the wall.
January 11, 2024

After New Yorkers faced a deluge of climate disasters this year, Governor Hochul needs to appoint climate champions to the Public Service Commission

Governor Hochul can, by carefully selecting her nominees, fully realize the PSC’s potential to serve New Yorkers by protecting consumers and reducing our reliance on fossil fuels. 
Electric transit bus charging station, West Side Highway, New York City.
May 17, 2023

New York’s Green Transit, Green Jobs Bill is the Blueprint for Transportation Electrification

New legislation would facilitate the transition to zero-emissions buses while creating high-paying union jobs.
June 29, 2021

In the News: Brooklyn Eagle

#TransformTransit For All: Brooklyn Electeds, Advocates, and Riders Demand Federal Funding for Equitable and Sustainable Transit Service

“The technology is ready. Congress needs to act now by supporting our transit agencies in making the transition towards a zero-emission transportation future that works for everyone.”
Earthjustice is suing the state of New York for allowing huge dairy farms to pour tons of manure onto local land—waste that can runoff into waterways.
April 25, 2018

Court Rules Mega-Dairies Can’t Keep Spreading Mega Waste in Secret

The New York Supreme Court sided with environmental groups, telling the state to revise a permit that has allowed huge industrial dairies to spread tons of manure onto nearby land without adequate safeguards.
February 24, 2016

Lessons from Flint: Preventing a Drinking Water Crisis in NY

Like the crisis in Flint, Michigan, a lack of government action now to safeguard public health against agriculture pollution could leave a lasting impact with dangerous consequences.