Matthew is a Senior Analyst in CPI’s San Francisco office. At CPI he focuses on tracking climate finance flows and commitments and estimating investment needed to meet climate goals, both globally and in the United States. He was the project lead for the California Landscape of Climate Finance and Harnessing the Transformative Potential of the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund. He also led CPI’s partnership with global law firm Allen & Overy assessing the size of the global net zero finance gap. Matthew contributed to CPI’s support of initiatives to use carbon credits to enable an accelerated energy transition and led the projects tracking Private Financial Institutions’ Commitments to Paris Alignment and follow-up analyses.

He has also supported a wider range of CPI projects, including co-leading analysis for two Global Innovation Lab for Climate Finance Instruments, adaptation finance projects, and research into the role of pension funds in climate investments.

Prior to joining CPI, Matthew was an analyst at Cornerstone Research, an economics consulting firm where he supported expert witnesses in corporate litigation cases across a variety of industries and practice areas, with a primary focus on antitrust. Matthew holds a Bachelor’s degree with General Honors in Economics and Public Policy from the University of Chicago.


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