Our paper analyzing China’s emissions inventories and their impacts on air pollution published in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics.
Our paper analyzing India’s emissions inventories and their impacts on air pollution published in Environmental Research Letters.
We started new measurements of greenhouse gas emissions from agricultural soil in Nanjing China !
Congratulations, Sam, for becoming a Ph.D. candidate!
Congratulations to all the graduates – Geoff, Nicole, Caiwei, Vicky, Raquel, Jennie, and Soungbin!
We started a crowdfunding campaign to support the next delegation to the UNFCCC COP 23 in Bonn! Thank you for your support!
Geoff Martin successfully defended his Master’s thesis. Congratulations!
Caiwei Huang and Vicky Wu successfully defended their Honor’s theses and both received Highest Honors. Congratulations!
My atmospheric chemistry class had a great booth at the Atlanta Science Festival Expo.
My atmospheric chemistry class went to Tucker Middle School to create air quality sensors together and measure air pollution.
My blog post on the recent air pollution event in China is posted in the East Asia Forum.
Seeker quoted my comments on China’s haze events.
Our Emory delegation to this year’s UN Climate Change negotiation is highlighted here.
Caiwei Huang is named to Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society. Congratulations, Caiwei!
We’ve had colleagues from Nanjing University visit Emory and had a great workshop. Here is a video of the panel during the workshop and below is a picture when we visited our colleague Nick Hill at the UGA experimental farm.
We’ve successfully finished our fieldwork in Tibet thanks to the support from Global Health Institute!
Our work on indoor air quality in Tibet is translated in Tibetan here!
Congratulations to all of our graduates – Anika, Camilla, Futu, and Shim!
Vicky Wu is accepted to the SURE (Summer Undergraduate Research Experience) Program – congratulations!
Soungbin Yim is accepted to the SIRE (Scholarly Inquiry and Research at Emory) SRPP (Summer Research Partnership Program) – congratulations!
Caiwei Huang received the Emory Alumni Board Leadership Fellowship! Congratulations, Caiwei!
Sam Peters is one of the ORDER (On Recent Discoveries by Emory Researchers) Teacher-Scholars – congratulations!
Camilla Schramek is named one of the 10 Fulbright Study/Research Scholar recipients in Denmark. See ENVS news here – congratulations!
Sam Peters led the citizen science project at the Atlanta Science Festival and our group helped out in the Expo on March 26!
PI Saikawa participated in the Atlanta Science Festival event, Living in the Anthropocene: How Humans are Changing the World on March 19 at Emory University.
A new paper by our postdoc Min Zhong is accepted in Geoscientific Model Development!
PI Saikawa received a Sustainability Innovator Award two years in a row!
PI Saikawa wrote a piece on the Conversation on the need for climate-smart agriculture.
Our group presented at the AGU Fall Meeting 2015.
Our indoor air quality demonstration, burning yak dung in a tent on campus, was featured in Emory News.
Burning Yak Dung – a culture and science clash in Tibet. Our group will be showcasing indoor air quality in Tibet, burning yak dung in a tent (10am-5pm, Cox Hall Bridge), as well as hosting a panel discussion (6-8pm, Math and Science Center E208) on Emory campus as an Atlanta Science Festival and Tibet Week event on March 25.
Slate wrote an article based on our paper on indoor air pollution in Nam Co, Tibet.
Indoor air pollution picture Steve took during his fieldwork in Golog, Qinghai is the winner of this year’s Global Health Student Photography Contest. Congratulations, Steve!
Our paper on indoor air pollution in Nam Co, Tibet is accepted in Atmospheric Environment.
PI Saikawa’s commentary on China’s air pollution posted on China Current.
Camilla Schramek is named to Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society. Congratulations, Camilla!
Our third workshop for the Energy Foundation sponsored project (with Valerie Karplus at MIT) titled “An Integrated Assessment of Emissions, Air Quality, Economic, and Health Impacts of Transport Policies in China” was held on May 27. We had a good discussion with Chinese policymakers and researchers in the field for possible policy scenarios to mitigate air pollution in China. The past workshop report can be found here.
Our group presented research on air quality and climate at the Science Day at Mill Springs Academy in Alpharetta.
Qingyang Xiao received a Third Prize on the outstanding practicum award in the Rollins School of Public Health for her work on indoor air quality in Tibet. Congratulations, Qingyang!
We will have a screening of Chasing Ice on Thursday, April 17 at White Hall 208 at 6pm. After the movie, there will be a brief discussion by Justin Burton and myself.
Steve Sclar received an “Adopt-a-Scholar” award! Congratulations, Steve!
Led by Brian Seok, our group participated in the Atlanta Science Festival on March 29. We were at Booth 16 to showcase air quality and climate change issues. More specifically, we showed how scientists measure particles found in the atmosphere, how we use that information to create atmospheric models, and how we help scientists and policymakers better understand the consequences of anthropogenic actions on air quality and the climate. We operated two small (handheld) size instruments for visitors to see in realtime the quality of the air that they are breathing at the Festival.
Hank Kim got a second prize at the China Summit 2014, where he and his group members (Ji-Yun Won and Sang-Chul Han) presented on the issue of ghost town in China and discussed alternative solutions to what causes congestion and heavy traffic in urban areas to reduce air pollution. Congratulations, Hank!
Camilla Schramek is the recipient of this year’s Mickey Leland Energy Fellowship (MLEF), sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy. Congratulations, Camilla!
Jacqueline Yap received Lester Scholarship from ENVS. Congratulations, Jacqueline!
Our group work has been featured in Emory Magazine!
Our group met with sixth grader Cadette Girl Scouts to discuss air pollution and health issues. They have be working on Girl Scout “Breathe” Journey and we had great time discussing our ambient air quality in Atlanta and beyond.
For our Energy Foundation funded work focusing on China’s air pollution, we had a meeting in Beijing to discuss our project with our advisory board members and Chinese policymakers (see the event news).
Emory’s news article on our work on nitrous oxide (N2O) and climate change.
The N2O process modeling paper published in Global Biogeochemical Cycles was selected for one of the Research Highlights in Nature Geoscience.