Daniel Han is a first-year Public Policy Ph.D. student from Kansas at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Coming directly from his undergraduate studies, he graduated from the University of Chicago with a BA in Economics, a BA in Mathematics, and a minor in statistics.
Interested in energy and environmental policy, Daniel’s research interests include: biofuel implementation in mitigating climate change e.g. biochar; water, soil, and crop residue usage within agricultural policy; policy solutions to help transition from fossil fuels; energy poverty and how to facilitate energy access to poorer regions of the world that face a greater opportunity cost with regards to cheaper biomass and fossil fuels. He is also an EPPSA Graduate Fellow.