Jared Woollacott is a senior environmental economist in RTI’s Environmental Engineering and Economics Division. He has 10 years of experience developing and applying economy-wide models to a wide set of energy and environmental problems, including air pollution, environmental policy, climate change impacts, and the distribution of these impacts. He leads a team of economists and scientists focused on energy systems, transportation, electricity, and macro-economic simulation modeling. The combined work of this group, in collaboration with others at RTI, contributes to our understanding of how natural resources, technological change, environmental policy, and economic growth shape our economy and environment over time. Dr. Woollacott’s work supports several offices within the Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Agency for International Development programs, U.S. states, environmental NGOs, and the private sector.
PhD, Geography, Boston University
MEM, Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University
MPP, Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University
BS, Economics – Finance, Bentley University