Andrew was a PhD student at the University of Minnesota Humphrey School of Public Affairs in the Center for Science, Technology and Environmental Policy (STEP). His research focuses on the linkage between between greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution (PM2.5), with a particular focus on the equity of local health benefits that can be achieved through decarbonization. He has extensive life cycle analysis (LCA) experience, measuring the environmental impacts of algal biofuels, vehicles, and southern California's water supply. Previously, Andrew has worked with the US Environmental Protection Agency and recently returned from a fellowship with the International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) in Austria. He holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from Northwestern University and a MS in Sustainable Energy Systems from the University of Michigan.
Co-Benefits of Cap-and-Trade: How are Local Air Pollution and Health Benefits Distributed in California? (Research Poster)