Denise Mauzerall

Investigating interconnections between energy options, climate, air pollution, and public health
Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Public and International Affairs, Princeton School of Public and International Affairs.

Denise Mauzerall is a professor of civil and environmental engineering and public and international affairs at Princeton University. Mauzerall’s research informs the development of far-sighted air quality policy that considers impacts of air pollution on human health, agriculture and climate change. Using rigorous scientific tools, she addresses technical questions of direct policy relevance. Research in her group analyzes the impacts of air pollution globally, as well as in both the largest rapidly industrializing country (China) and in the largest developed country (United States).

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