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Jonathan R. Camuzeaux

Senior Director, Global Strategy & Engagement


Areas of expertise:

Climate Change, Energy, Climate Justice, Sustainability, Innovation, Social Impact


Jonathan R. Camuzeaux sits under EDF’s Justice & Equity team and leads its strategic efforts to integrate justice and equity across the organization’s global initiatives. As such, he works to incorporate global, regional, and local climate justice perspectives and priorities into EDF’s work.


Jonathan has spent the last 15 years working in the not-for-profit sector in the areas of environmental policy and economics, climate justice, and international development. Jonathan has worked throughout Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and the Americas, and he has had the privilege to call Italy, India, Argentina, and the United States home. He holds a Master of Jazz History from Bordeaux III University and a Master of International Affairs from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs.


Lackner, M., Koller, S., and Camuzeaux, J.R. (2019). Policy Brief—Using Lessons from Reverse Auctions for Renewables to Deliver Energy Storage Capacity: Guidance for Policymakers. Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, 13 (1), 140–148.

Mohlin, K., A. Bi, S. Brooks, J.R. Camuzeaux & T. Stoerk (2019) "Turning the corner on US power sector CO2 emissions - a 1990-2015 state level analysis". Environmental Research Letters, 14, 084049.

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.