Carbon Programs Director
Jordan Stutt leads Acadia Center’s work to establish and strengthen regional and state carbon programs that reduce climate pollution using pricing and funding mechanisms. In this role, Jordan conducts analysis, leads stakeholder coalitions, and engages with policymakers on three related issues: strengthening the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI); advancing state-level carbon pricing initiatives; and developing regional climate policy to reduce emissions from the transportation sector. Before joining Acadia Center in 2014, Jordan was an Energy Policy Analyst at Pace Energy and Climate Center, at Pace Law School, where he focused on energy efficiency, renewable energy, and RGGI. Jordan holds a BS in Environmental Studies and International Relations from Tufts University and is currently a candidate for a Masters in Environmental Management through the Duke Environmental Leadership program at the Duke Nicholas School of the Environment.