Klug, Thomas

Thomas is a the Program Coordinator for SETI and a Research Associate at the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University. Formerly, he studied Public Policy (BA) and Environmental Science (BS) at Duke. He studies issues related to clean and improved cooking, writing his thesis on the impacts of traditional cooking practices in rural Madagascar and the potential of improved cookstoves to mitigate household air pollution and improve fuel efficiency. Currently, he is working on assessing the landscape of improved cookstove producers in rural and urban Senegal, a review o the impacts of electricity tariff reform in Africa, and a review of literature at the gender and energy nexus.

People | 6 July 2020