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Sangita awarded Parker Frisbie Publication Award for her paper on coal and child height. | r.i.c.e.
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Sangita awarded Parker Frisbie Publication Award for her paper on coal and child height.

Written by Nazar Khalid on July 25th, 2019
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Sangita is among the two winners of the Parker Frisbie Publications Award for this year.  The award committee had following to say about her paper:

“Her impressive paper, “The child health impacts of coal: evidence from India’s coal expansion,” examines the child health impacts associated with a large coal plant expansion in India. Using a rich collection of space-time matched data sources including India’s Demographic and Health Survey (DHS), the Central Electricity Authority of India’s CO2 Baseline Database for the Indian Power Sector, and satellite data from the Multiangle Imaging SpecroRadiometer, she shows that coal plant exposure at birth predicts decreased height and that the result is likely due to air pollution. The effects, moreover, do not differ by socioeconomic background and are robust to a variety of alternative specifications and explanations. This paper highlights an important health burden to India’s young that could increase unless appropriate policy action is taken to either curtail coal plant expansions, or mitigate emissions from them, because coal plants are projected to continue to expand in India in the near future.”

Congratulations Sangita! r.i.c.e is proud of you.

 

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