Stephanie Ohshita is Assistant Professor of Environmental Science and Management at the University of San Francisco (USF). Her research centers on energy-based solutions to multiple environmental problems—from local air pollution to global climate change—and combines engineering with tools from political economy and organizational theory. She has specialized in energy and environmental issues in Japan and China, examining cleaner energy technology cooperation between the two countries, as well as policy design and implementation. Prior to joining USF, Dr. Ohshita worked as a consultant to government and industry in the U.S. and Japan in the areas of air pollution, climate change, environmental risk assessment and environmental policy. She holds an SB in chemical engineering from MIT, a research certificate from Tokyo Institute of Technology, and an MS and Ph.D. in environmental engineering and policy from Stanford University.
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|Cooperative Climate: Introduction||Author||Article||Encyclopedia of Earth||2012-07-09 22:39:11|
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|Cooperative Climate: Part III||Author||Article||Encyclopedia of Earth||2012-07-09 22:56:03|
|Cooperative Climate: References||Author||Article||Encyclopedia of Earth||2012-07-09 22:56:10|