|Member Since||May 21, 2016||CoLab Points (actual)|
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Dan is the lead researcher for the D-Lab Biomass Fuel & Cookstoves Group. Dan provides technical assistance to field partners and performs lab- and field-based research and development on biomass and waste conversion processes. After finishing a PhD at the University of Utah, he moved to Sweden for a Fulbright Fellowship focused on the development of advanced processes for converting biomass residues to energy and fuels (and, while there, sometimes got to cross-country ski over the frozen Baltic Sea to work when the road was impassable by bicycle). Dan is active in the International Standards Organization (ISO) Technical Committee on Clean Cooking Solutions and was a key organizer for the 2016 International Development Design Summit on Cookstoves, held in Kampala, Uganda. Dan hails from Northern Colorado where his family operates a small farm. He enjoys foraging, folk music, and finding adventures in the outdoors wherever life takes him.
|Forest management, poverty alleviation and modern energy services||May 18, 2016|
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|Forest management, poverty alleviation and modern energy services||May 21, 2016|
|Game-Changer Direct Measure of GHG Emissions Take Tamale Ghana to Zero Carbon||May 23, 2016|
|Dan Sweeney is supporting proposal Game-Changer Direct Measure of GHG Emissions Take Tamale Ghana to Zero Carbon||May 23, 2016|
|Dan Sweeney is supporting proposal Forest management, poverty alleviation and modern energy services||May 21, 2016|
|Dan Sweeney joined the Climate CoLab community||May 21, 2016|