Noah Sobel-Lewin is a pre-doctoral fellow at EPIC. He is working with Michael Greenstone on a project comparing the geographic distribution of historical CO2 emissions and the distribution of projected damages due to climate change. He is broadly interested in environmental economics, public finance, and econometrics. Previously, he researched the impact of India’s PMGSY project on economic activity. Noah attended the University of Chicago where he majored in Mathematics and Economics.

“I chose EPIC because it provides an amazing opportunity to investigate pressing environmental and energy problems alongside scholars at the forefront of their fields. I have always wanted to participate in research that has the ability to provide direct positive change on the world. EPIC provides such a setting. When I speak to my colleagues, everyone is tackling interesting and exciting topics that are relevant to our future. I am thrilled to be a part of such a vibrant research community and to have the opportunity to work with such thoughtful and hardworking faculty members and pre-docs.”