This session includes key findings and highlights from EPA-funded studies on clean cooking, climate, air pollution and health. Panelists will give an overview of their studies and present preliminary results including the health and environmental implications. Target audience includes researchers and cookstove program implementers interested in gaining a better understanding of the potential health and climate benefits of clean cooking solutions.
Dr. John Volkens, Associate Professor and Associate Department Head, Colorado State University
Bryan Bloomer Director, Applied Science and Education Division, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Cheryl Weyant, PhD Candidate, University of Illinois-Champaign
Dr. Michael Hannigan Assisant Professor, Mechanical Engineering Department, University of Colorado, Boulder
Rob Bailis, Associate Professor, Yale University