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2018-11-12 | author

Pam Jagger

Pam Jagger is an Associate Professor in the School for Environment and Sustainability at the University of Michigan and WinEED co-founder. Her research focuses on the dynamics of poverty and environment interactions in low income countries. She leads the interdisciplinary Forest Use, Energy, and Livelihoods (FUEL) Lab, and is the Director of the National Science Foundation funded Energy Poverty PIRE in Southern Africa (EPPSA), a 5-year collaborative program to support research and training on the topic of energy access in Southern Africa. FUEL Lab research is currently organized around three themes: environment and livelihoods, environmental governance, and energy poverty.  Energy focused impact evaluation studies are ongoing in Malawi, Myanmar, Rwanda, and Zambia.