EnergySourceMar 6, 2023
Beauty and the beast: Implications of the US-China tech war on climate and energy
By Jennifer Lee
US-China tech tensions could have ripple effects on decarbonization efforts. Tech competition could provide benefits, but if left unmitigated, it could also hinder both countries' energy transitions.
Jennifer (Jenny) Lee is currently a Fellow at the Scowcroft Group. Previously, she served as the Media Editor for The SAIS Review of International Affairs and conducted research on climate change policy at the Council on Foreign Relations. She also worked as a Research and Program Assistant for the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) Women Lead program and as a Research Assistant in the Department of Epidemiology at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Jenny graduated from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies with an MA in China Studies and International Economics and a minor in Energy, Resources, and the Environment. While at SAIS, she earned a Class of 2022 William C. Foster award for leadership and distinguished service, the James and Margaret Loe Fellowship in China Studies, and the Richard and Lauren Nijkerk Fellowship. She also was awarded a Gender and Racial Justice Scholars research grant from Johns Hopkins University. She received her BA in Biology from Washington and Lee University with minors in Poverty & Human Capability Studies and in Art History.