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Challenges in gathering data

CCN researchers are actively looking into creating carbon calculators for other countries, hoping to establish them with the same level of detail as the one we have for United States created by the CoolClimate Network.

Introducing COICOP

When conducting Life-Cycle Analysis of various expenditure sectors and their carbon emission, a classification system is very important. Without a clear comprehensive and accurate classification system, it would be very easy for people to ignore or double-count certain sectors. Therefore, it is necessary to create a detailed classification system that includes all sectors of household expenditure.

Kamini Iyer - Open Geo CoolClimate Team

Bio and Research Interests
Kamini Iyer is the Open Geo Mapping Intern for the Open Geo CoolClimate Team at the Renewable and Appropriate Energy Laboratory (RAEL) at the University of California, Berkeley. Her interests include climate change education through a variety of media as well as the human impact and role in climate change.

Outside of work her interests and activities include dancing, painting, and working with the non-profit Project RISHI.

University of California, Berkeley B.S. in Environmental Sciences (2013)

Are you interested in Behavior Theories?

Check Out Professor Tim Jackson's report, "Motivating Sustainable Consumption," for more information. This report includes my personal favorite--the Interpersonal Theory of Behavior!

Yixin Guo


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Excel tips and tricks

I discovered how to use VLOOKUP. What fun! It was very handy in gathering data across sheets in my document. There are a lot of explanations on the web, but here’s mine for Microsoft 2012. (Most of this information is from Excel’s Help Center--it’s quite useful!)

In Excel 2012, the VLOOKUP function looks like this:

=VLOOKUP(lookup_value, table_array, col_index_num, [range_lookup])

Diana Zheng

Bio and Research Interests
Diana is a rising senior at Cal majoring in Environmental Sciences and minoring in Energy and Resources. She has always been interested in the environment, and most recently has become interested in climate change and sustainable energy thanks to her minor. Diana is a Data Analysis Intern on the CoolCalifornia Team and will be working on building energy use this summer.

Biography- Caine Chan

Bio and Research Interest
Caine is the Research and Data Manipulation Intern at the Renewable and Appropriate Energy Laboratory at University of California, Berkeley where she concentrates on developing carbon management tools for China. She recently graduated with a B.S. in Environmental Economics and Policy.

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