Director, Office of the Chief Economist
Jonathan Camuzeaux is the Director, Office of the Chief Economist in the Office of the Chief Economist at EDF. He provides economic analysis to support the development of market-based solutions to environmental issues with a focus on climate and energy economics.
Before joining EDF, Jonathan studied environmental economics and policy at Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs. During his studies, he worked with the NYC Natural Resources Group, with Booz Allen Hamilton, and with the Columbia Climate Center at the Earth Institute.
Before coming to New York, Jonathan was working in international development in the southern part of India.
- Master of International Affairs, Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA), 2011
- Master of History, Université Michel de Montaigne Bordeaux 3 (France), 2006
Mohlin, K., Camuzeaux, J.R. , Muller, A., Schneider, M., and Wagner, G. (2018). Factoring in the forgotten role of renewables in CO2 emission trends using decomposition analysis. Energy Policy, 116, 290-296.
EDF and IETA, “Doubling Down on Carbon Pricing: Laying the Foundation for Greater Ambition,” 2016.
Camuzeaux, J.R., Alvarez, R.A., Brooks, S.A., Browne, J.B., Sterner, T. (2015). Influence of Methane Emissions and Vehicle Efficiency on the Climate Implications of Heavy-Duty Natural Gas Trucks. Environmental Science & Technology, 49, 6402-6410.
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