Christina Littlejohn received her BS and MS degrees from Stanford University. Before earning her undergraduate degree in Energy Science and Technology, she studied abroad in Berlin and completed a Krupp internship at Fraunhofer ISE in Freiburg. Throughout her graduate studies she worked as a teaching assistant for courses in energy resource calculation, carbon accounting, and global energy consumption patterns. In March 2016, Christina completed her MS in Renewable Energy Infrastructure and Policy. Her master’s thesis (2016) is titled “An Analysis of the Sustainability, Equity, Stability, and Health Implications of National Energy Systems.” In her dissertation project, Christina analyzes the microeconomic impacts of wide-scale renewable energy technology development and deployment through international economic policy in emerging European economies.
She joined the Rachel Carson Center’s Doctoral Program Environment and Society in October 2016 and is a doctoral candidate in the Faculty of Economics.