John Dees

PHD CANDIDATE, University of California-Berkeley

BIOMASS & CARBON REMOVAL

John is an interdisciplinary researcher working at the intersection of biomass conversion, industrial ecology, and climate economics. He is an NSF Graduate Research Fellow and PhD Candidate at the Energy and Resources Group at UC Berkeley where he studies the climate change mitigation potential of biomass-based energy, fuels, and products, primarily utilizing life cycle assessment, integrated assessment modeling, and spatial analysis. John also holds an MS in Energy and Resources from UC Berkeley and a BS in Environmental Spatial Analysis from the University of North Georgia.

University of California, Berkeley