As my time at the Center for Carbon Removal comes to a close, I find myself more reflective than usual. Maybe it’s the talks about what I want to do in a year that’s scaring me—I don’t think the fact that I’m a senior has quite dawned on me yet.
Jun is a third year majoring in Economics. His general interests lie in urban and environmental economics, especially in cross-disciplinary work involving other social sciences. Currently, he is an undergraduate research apprentice working on the first model of a city-level climate action dashboard. He is looking forward to interning at the Center for Carbon Removal and learning everything he possibly can. In his free time, he enjoys exploring the nooks and crannies of East Bay.