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Haewon McJeon

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Assistant Research Scholar
Affiliations:
  • Socioeconomics lead for the GCAM core model development team
  • Lead modeler for the United States Mid-Century Strategy for Deep Decarbonization
  • Expert in net-zero and negative emission strategies

Haewon McJeon is a fellow at the Center for Global Sustainability (CGS) and a research scientist at the Joint Global Change Research Institute, a partnership between the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and the University of Maryland. His research focuses on developing methods for decision-making under uncertainties surrounding climate change. Dr. McJeon’s recent work has examined large-scale technology combinations and their impact on the cost of climate stabilization, the climate implications of globally abundant natural gas, and net-zero to net-negative emissions strategies for the century. He holds a Ph.D. in Environmental Policy from University of Maryland and a B.A. in Economics from Seoul National University.

Areas of Interest
  • Integrated assessment modeling and scenarios; deep decarbonization

School Authors: Nathan Hultman, Leon Clarke, Haewon McJeon, Morgan Edwards, Yiyun 'Ryna' Cui, Christina Bowman

Other Authors: Carla Frisch , Kevin Kennedy, Tom Cyrs, Pete Hansel, Paul Bodnar, Michelle Manion , Jessie Lund , Michael I. Westphal, Andrew Clapper , Joel Jaeger , Arijit Sen , Jiehong Lou, Devashree Saha, Wendy Jaglom, Koben Calhoun, Kristin Igusky, James deWeese, Kareem Hammoud, J.C. Altimirano, Margaret Dennis, Chris Henderson, Gill Zwicker, John O'Neill