Emily Joiner

Research Associate

Emily Joiner is a research associate at RFF. She works on a suite of topics including carbon dioxide removal, agricultural emissions reduction, and wildfire risk impacts and mitigation. She obtained dual BS degrees in sustainability and economics from Arizona State University and an MS degree in agricultural and resource economics from the University of Arizona (UA). Prior to joining RFF, she held internships with UA’s Water Resources Research Center, the Babbitt Center for Land and Water Policy, and the City of Gilbert’s Water Department. Joiner’s research interests include nonmarket valuation methods, benefit-cost analysis and its regulatory implications, and water economics in the US West.

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