Areas of expertise:
State-level climate policy, decarbonization policy
Caroline Jones is an analyst on EDF’s State Climate team, where she primarily focuses on regulatory and legislative initiatives on climate in the Western United States.
Caroline’s areas of focus include environmental justice, carbon markets, improving local air quality, and long-term reductions of greenhouse gas emissions. Prior to joining EDF, Caroline worked as an agriculture and food security intern for TetraTech ARD, and was a research assistant for the 2020 Vermont Climate Assessment. She also led the Brown University Climate and Development Lab, where she researched climate change denial and financial networks in the U.S.
Caroline has worked on state-level climate policy in Rhode Island and Vermont, and specifically focused on food security and sustainable infrastructure policy throughout undergraduate and graduate school.
She holds a Master’s in Environmental Change and Management from the University of Oxford, and a Bachelor’s in Environmental Studies from Brown University.
Washington state’s carbon market continues to raise major investments, as state leaders consider linking to California-Quebec marketClimate 411, September 6, 2023
August Western Climate Initiative auction results show strong demand, as California contemplates increased cap-and-trade ambitionClimate 411, August 23, 2023
Washington state’s cap-and-invest program demonstrates cost containment features with special August auctionClimate 411, August 17, 2023
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California’s final Scoping Plan sets the stage for stronger climate leadership, but next steps matterClimate 411 Blog, December 21, 2022