Adrian Shelley is an expert in issues revolving around clean air, environmental and energy policy and all things Texas. He has worked in the field of Clean Air Act litigation, as the environmental policy director for a state representative and as the executive director of Air Alliance Houston, an air quality and public health nonprofit organization. Shelley has served as president of the Environmental Law Society and editor of the Texas Environmental Law Journal. He was also the environmental director and counsel for State Rep. Jessica Farrar during the 82nd session of the Texas Legislature. He is a two-time recipient of the Texas Legal Fellowship, a recipient of the Joe R. and Teresa L. Long Legal Fellowship and a recipient of the University Co-op Public Interest Award for Graduating Students. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in English and philosophy from Trinity University, cum laude and a J.D. from the University of Texas School of Law.
Adrian has been quoted in publications such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, Bloomberg BNA, AP News, E&E News, Inside Climate News, Houston Chronicle, Houston Press, Houstonia Magazine, San Antonio Express-News, Texas Standard, The Texas Tribune and The Texas Observer, and has appeared on KIAH, KHOU, KRIV, KPRC, KXLN (Houston TV), KHOU, KTRH, KPFT and KUT (Houston and Austin radio).