Jordan Stutt is Carbon Programs Director, based in the Boston office. Jordan leads Acadia Center’s work to implement and strengthen climate programs that limit pollution and fund investments to advance the clean energy future, with a focus on the Transportation & Climate Initiative (TCI) and the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI). Jordan also directs Acadia Center’s Transportation Initiative, working to deliver modern, equitable, and sustainable mobility solutions. 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. He holds a Master’s in Environmental Management from the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University, a BS from Tufts University, and serves on the Massachusetts Zero Emission Vehicle Commission and the Executive Committee of Transportation for Massachusetts.