Chris Jones is Program Director of the CoolClimate Network, and Program Chair (6th year) of the Behavior, Energy and Climate Change Conference. His work focuses on identifying, prioritizing and enabling greenhouse gas reduction policies, technologies and behaviors for diverse populations. Jones leads the development of CoolClimate research, tools and programs. Personal website.
Dan Kammen is the Class of 1935 Distinguished Professor of Energy at the University of California, Berkeley, with parallel appointments in the Energy and Resources Group, the Goldman School of Public Policy, and the department of Nuclear Engineering. He is Director of the Renewable and Appropriate Energy Laboratory (RAEL). Personal website.
Ben Gould is a is a graduate student in Public Policy and Environmental Engineering at UC Berkeley. His research interests include data visualization, transportation & land use planning, and environmental policy. He works on analytic and geospatial data underlying CCN tools.
Aditya Khandekar is a graduate student in the Masters of Development Practice Program. His area of focus is in understanding the role of technology in simultaneously combating climate change and promoting sustainable development within the energy and transportation sectors. His work supports development of international consumption-based greenhouse gas models.
Nicklas Lollos is a graduate student in the Energy and Resources Group at UC Berkeley. His research intrests include supply chain governance, metrics of progress, and behavior & sustainability. His work at CCN focuses on geospatial analysis of CoolClimate data.
Diana Ivanova is a Ph.D. Candidate at the Industrial Ecology Programme at NTNU. Her research interests focus on environmental consequences of household consumption and lifestyles, and potential impact mitigation strategies. She is co-developing European models of consumption-based GHG inventories.
Gibran Vita is a researcher in Industrial Ecology at NTNU, Norway. His focus is on understanding the interplay among natural resources, money and well-being through Multiregional Input-Output models (MRIOs). He is co-developing European models of consumption-based GHG inventories.
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