Emil is a climate policy researcher and a graduate student at MIT. He analyzes U.S. climate policy and its impacts on air pollution and human health at MIT’s Selin Group and MIT’s Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change.
He has consulted developing country officials on carbon pricing policy and spent five years as a climate policy analyst at Thomson Reuters (previously, Point Carbon) where he authored policy analyses on European and global carbon pricing legislation for lawmakers and Fortune Global 500 companies. His research has been featured in policy hearings in the EU Parliament and Commission and frequently quoted in the media including the Guardian, BBC, the Wall Street Journal, Politico, CarbonBrief, Climate Home, Carbon Pulse, the Telegraph, and others.
Something about Emil you didn’t know: he regrets having to write this in the third person.
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