Landry, Erik

Erik Landry
Former Research Associate




Erik Landry seved as Research Director for MIT's efforts with regard to the use of scenarios in the climate-related financial disclosures of oil and gas companies from September 2018 to August 2019. He managed a team with expertise spanning the MIT Office of the Vice President for Research, the MIT Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change, the MIT Energy Initiative, and the MIT Sloan School of Management. In this role he also managed engagement with senior stakeholders from the oil & gas industry, financial sector, NGOs, academic community, and industry climate scenario experts. He continues to work with the Joint Program on an effort to analyze data on climate-related scenarios and stranded assets project for global banking client.

Education + Credentials
Master of Science, Technology and Policy, MIT, 2018
B.S., Chemistry, University of Chicago, 2013

Recent Publications

Journal Article
Chen, Y.-H.H., E. Landry and J.M. Reilly (2022). Climate Change Economics, doi: 10.1142/S2010007823500033
Joint Program Report
Landry, E., C.A. Schlosser, Y.-H.H. Chen, J. Reilly and A. Sokolov (2019). Joint Program Report Report 339, 72 p., December [PDF]

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