Emma Hines is an Associate in RMI’s Carbon-Free Buildings program, where she works on the climate, health, and air quality co-benefits of building electrification.
Emma comes to RMI with a wealth of climate change and public health expertise in research, communications, technical assistance, coalition building, and education. She has served as a member of the teaching faculty and instructional team for the Climate Change and Health Online Certificate Program with the Yale School of Public Health for two years. Prior to joining RMI, Emma participated in a two-year fellowship with the Climate and Health Program at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta. In this position, she conducted climate change and public health research, created guidance documents and communications materials, and provided technical assistance to state and local public health departments.
M.A., Geography, University of Colorado Boulder
B.A., Geography, University of Texas at Austin
B.S., Environmental Science, University of Texas at Austin