alumni : Zoë ChafeMPH, MS, PhD

Zoë Chafe is an NSF Grad­u­ate Research Fel­low whose work spot­lights the ambi­ent air pol­lu­tion, health, and cli­mate effects of household energy use. Her dissertation focuses on the impacts of cook­ing and heat­ing with solid fuels (wood, char­coal, dung, coal). She has served as the IPCC AR5 Human Health Chap­ter Sci­en­tist, a lead author of the Global Energy Assess­ment (2012), con­sul­tant to the WHO Euro­pean Cen­tre for Envi­ron­ment and Health, and found­ing direc­tor of the UC Berke­ley Cli­mate Change and Health Ide­aLab. Prior to ERG, she was a research asso­ciate with the World­watch Insti­tute in Wash­ing­ton, DC. She holds an MPH from UC Berke­ley and a BA in Human Biol­ogy from Stan­ford University.



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