Michael Johnson, Ph.D
About Michael — Michael has worked extensively on field-based methodologies to quantify greenhouse gas reductions achieved by improved stove projects, with an emphasis on monitoring instrumentation and study design. He has conducted stove emissions monitoring in Mexico, El Salvador, Kenya, and India, and worked on several air pollution studies, including exposure assessments of biomass stove users, wildland firefighters, and public transport commuters. His peer review publications include four on greenhouse gas emissions and stove performance testing, and several others on indoor air pollution, exposure assessment, and characterization of monitoring instruments. Michael has a Ph.D. in Environmental Health, Science, and Policy from the University of California, Irvine, an M.S. in Science Education from Oregon State University and a B.A. in Physics from Colorado College.