Since 2021, Guy has been researching and publishing carbon dioxide removal (CDR) and carbon markets, helping RMI establish its position on these nascent topics. In his current role within the CDR Initiative, Guy designs and informs interventions to scale a responsible and effective CDR industry.
Guy’s areas of interest include biogenic CDR methods, biomass utilization, research, development, and demonstration (RD&D) funding mechanisms, carbon markets, and energy-climate models and scenarios.
Since 2006, Guy has worked in diverse capacities with environmental NGOs in Israel, the United States, Paraguay, and Australia, including collaboration with the World Wildlife Fund and The Nature Conservancy.
Past projects and sectors of interest include surface water quality, watershed ecological restoration, geospatial studies of socioeconomics, land use issues, land degradation and restoration optimization, endangered ecosystems and species conservation, climate science education, and community-based conservation planning.
Before working with environmental NGOs, Guy served three years as an infantry medic and commander in the Israel Defense Forces.
B.Sc., Conservation Biology & Restoration Ecology, Prescott College
MEM, Environmental Management and Economics, University of Queensland (Australia)