Danae is an Economics PhD Candidate at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Danae's research studies the distributional consequences of environmental policy and environmental phenomena. Her work combines applied causal inference methods with remote sensing techniques and atmospheric transport models to analyze the environmental justice consequences of environmental policy. Her current research projects involve the analysis of the environmental justice consequences of California's cap and trade program, the distributional consequences of technology standards for industrial facilities in Mexico, and the challenges of implementing mass transit projects in developing and middle-income countries. Before joining UCSB, she received her B.A. in Economics at CIDE in Mexico City.