Hi! I’m Jeremy, and I am a Director in the Office of the Chief Economist, at Environmental Defense Fund. I love using mapping tools, economics, spatial analytics and data visualization to shape better environmental policy.

My current research focuses on informing the design of effective climate policy, as well as exploring impacts of environmental externalities on vulnerable communities. I employ spatial mapping, modeling, and other analytical skills to further EDF’s research efforts in order to better understand the science behind environmental problems and their policy solutions.

Some examples of public-facing data visualization projects include rice nitrous oxide risk maps, the EPA standards rollback well finder, and the Fisheries Solutions Center RBM database maps.

📧: jproville@edf.org