Raymond is an associate in RMI’s Climate Intelligence Program, where he supports the Carbon Markets Initiative. His work focuses on the role of cutting-edge technologies in scaling up high-quality carbon credits in the voluntary carbon market.
Prior to RMI, Raymond worked at IHS Markit (now part of S&P Global), a leading critical information provider, where he supported the development of carbon meta-registry to connect global environmental markets. He led research projects on China’s net-zero targets and decarbonization policies as part of the Harvard China Project.
Raymond dedicated the past six years to tracking and participating in the UN climate negotiations and focusing on issues of Article 6 and transparency. Through his work with C2ES, Potsdam Institute, Harvard Project on Climate Agreements, and China Dialogue, he analyzed market-based climate policies in various jurisdictions across the globe.
BA, Environmental Science and Public Policy, Harvard College