Emma Pollack conducts research and analysis at the intersection of energy efficiency, human health, and the environment. She joined ACEEE in 2020.
Prior to joining ACEEE, Emma worked at the Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture as a programs associate and educator, conducted research on infectious diseases at the Institute Pasteur in Laos, and most recently interned with the Planetary Health Alliance. Emma completed a master’s degree in public health from Harvard University, where she focused on sustainability, health, and the global environment. She received a bachelor of arts in history from Cornell University.
Health Impact Assessment
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