Daniel Aldana Cohen

News

  • In an article for The Nation, PSC Associate Daniel Aldana Cohen discusses eco-apartheid, “a regime of greening affluence for the few at the expense of the many,” as when New York City-area utility Con Edison intentionally cut power in a predominately black and low-income neighborhood to avoid broader blackouts last week. Disparities in access to consistent and efficient utilities are a neglected part of the conversation, he writes.

  • PSC Associate Daniel Aldana Cohen gave part to a VICE interview discussing climate changes and inequality that potentially occur when disasters strike.

  • PSC Associate Daniel Aldana Cohen and PSC Affiliate Kevin Ummel published Follow the Carbon: The Case for Neighborhood-Level Carbon Footprints, a policy digest with Penn's Kleinman Center for Energy Policy.

Assistant Professor of Sociology

Ph.D., Sociology, New York University, 2016

Videos

  • Daniel Aldana Cohen • (Excerpt) Urban Life in the Era of Climate Change
  • Personal mobility with Daniel Aldana Cohen
  • Discussion | The Green New Deal with Daniel Aldana Cohen