Eli Mitchell-Larson is a climate researcher and advocate based at the University of Oxford. As an Associate at Oxford Net Zero, his research focuses on scaling technologies and policies that can deliver global net zero emissions through equitable, responsible, and durable carbon removal. At Oxford his recent work has focused on defining net-zero aligned carbon offsetting and developing the Carbon Takeback Obligation policy concept. He led the launch at COP26 of Carbon Gap, a new climate not-for-profit dedicated to making Europe a leader in scaling the full spectrum of carbon removal techniques. Previously, he worked as an advisor to Fortune 500 companies on carbon removal procurement (Carbon Direct), an impact investor (New Island Capital) and off-grid solar entrepreneur (SunFarmer). He received his B.S. in Geology & Geophysics from Yale, and MSc and MBA from the University of Oxford. His PhD is supervised by Professor Myles Allen.
Associates | Carbon Dioxide Removal | Carbon offsetting | School of Geography and the Environment |