Stephanie A. Siehr is Professor of Environmental and Energy programs at the University of San Francisco and Visiting Faculty in the Energy Analysis and Environmental Impacts Division of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Her work utilizes systems thinking to address multiple environmental problems—from local air pollution to global climate change—drawing on a mix of engineering, political economy, and institutional analysis.
Her research spans an international network of cities in the United States, China, and Japan, examining low-carbon resilient cities; energy and environmental policy; emissions inventories and climate action plans; cooperation and equity.
She holds an SB in chemical engineering from MIT, a research certificate in chemical and environmental engineering from Tokyo Institute of Technology, a black belt in Aikido, and an MS and doctorate in environmental engineering and policy from Stanford University. She is the author of 50+ reports, book chapters, policy briefs, and journal articles.