Susan Anenberg


Susan Anenberg

M.S., Ph.D.

Professor and Chair

Full-time Faculty

School: Milken Institute School of Public Health

Department: Environmental and Occupational Health


Office Phone: 202-994-2392
Milken Institute School of Public Health 950 New Hampshire Avenue, NW Washington DC 20052

Susan Anenberg is a Professor and Chair of the Environmental and Occupational Health Department at the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health. She is also the Director of the GW Climate and Health Institute. Dr. Anenberg's research focuses on the health implications of air pollution and climate change, from local to global scales. She currently serves on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Science Advisory Board, the World Health Organization's Global Air Pollution and Health Technical Advisory Group, and the National Academy of Science's Committee to Advise the U.S. Global Change Research Program. She also serves as President of the GeoHealth section of the American Geophysical Union. Previously, Dr. Anenberg was a Co-Founder and Partner at Environmental Health Analytics, LLC, the Deputy Managing Director for Recommendations at the U.S. Chemical Safety Board, an environmental scientist at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and a senior advisor for clean cookstove initiatives at the U.S. State Department. 

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More from Susan Anenberg


Environmental and Occupational Health

Environmental Health Policy

Global Environmental Health

Risk Assessment, Management and Communication

Climate Change


  • PhD, Environmental Science and Engineering, Environmental Policy, University of North Carolina Gillings School of Global Public Health (2011)
  • MS, Environmental Science and Engineering, University of North Carolina Gillings School of Global Public Health (2008)
  • BA, Environmental Science and Biology, Northwestern University (2004)



  • PubH 6140: Global Climate Change and Air Pollution: Science, Impacts, and Solutions (2 credits) - 2018 - current.
  • PubH 6128: Global Environmental and Occupational Health (2 credits) - 2016 - 2017.
  • PubH 6004: Environmental and Occupational Health in a Sustainable World (2 credits) - 2016 - 2017.



  • Member, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Science Advisory Board and its Climate Science Committee, 2021 - present.
  • Member, World Health Organization Global Air Pollution and Health Technical Advisory Group, Exposure Assessment Subgroup and Climate Co-benefits Subgroup, 2021 - present.
  • Board of Directors, Clean Air Partners, Washington, DC, 2018 - present.
  • President, GeoHealth section of the American Geophysical Union, 2023 - 2024 (Secretary 2020-2021, President-Elect 2022).
  • Editor, GeoHealth, 2018 - present.



Director, GW Climate and Health Institute.

Affiliated Faculty, GW Alliance for a Sustainable Future.

Affiliated Faculty, Institute for International Economic Policy.



Dr. Anenberg's research examines interrelationships between air quality, climate change, public health, and environmental policy. She uses multi-disciplinary methods, drawing from epidemiology, exposure science, remote sensing, atmospheric chemistry and meteorology, numerical modeling, and economics.

Previous research included pioneering and applying methods to estimate the global mortality burden of ambient air pollution, linking epidemiology with chemical transport modeling. Her 2010 Environmental Health Perspectives article showed that the air pollution burden of disease could be 5 times larger than previously estimated by the World Health Organization. While working at the U.S. EPA, she collaborated with an international team of researchers to show that mitigating climate change could have substantial health co-benefits, reversing trends of worsening air pollution in Africa and South, West, and Central Asia. This work, published in Science and Environmental Health Perspectives in 2012, led in part to the formation of the Climate and Clean Air Coalition to Reduce Short-Lived Climate Pollutants, which now includes over 50 countries and many intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations. In 2017, she co-led an article published in Nature, which estimated the public health consequences of excess diesel NOx emissions from light-duty and heavy-duty vehicles worldwide. In 2019, she was the senior author on an article published in Lancet Planetary Health that estimated for the first time the global burden of NO2 pollution on pediatric asthma incidence.

Dr. Anenberg's current research interests include:

  • Health impacts of climate change. Future changes in air quality, wildfires, dust storms, aeroallergens, and temperature are expected to influence cardiovascular and respiratory disease. We are exploring the degree to which these changes in environmental conditions may impact public health in the U.S. and globally.
  • Health impacts of air pollution. Ambient air pollution is the single largest environmental health risk factor affecting people around the world -- and the 5th leading risk factor overall. We are developing new methods to estimate the impacts of air pollution on health, incorporating new knowledge about the various health outcomes affected, as well as new scientific tools to assess exposure, such as satellite remote sensing.
  • Health co-benefits of actions to mitigate air pollution and climate change. Air pollution and climate change influence each other and are interlinked by common sources of emissions. Many actions that can be taken to mitigate one will also benefit the other. We are working to understand ways in which public health can benefit from addressing both air pollution and climate change together, particularly focusing on cities and urban planning worldwide. We are also developing decision-support tools that can help policy-makers better evaluate the consequences of different options for public health.  


See Google Scholar page for full list.

Martin, G., K. O’Dell, P.L. Kinney, M. Pescador Jimenez, D. Rojas-Rueda, R. Canales, S.C. Anenberg (2024) Tracking progress towards urban nature targets using landcover and vegetation indices: A global study for the 96 C40 cities. GeoHealth, forthcoming.

Sayyed, T.K., U. Ovienmhada, M. Kashani, K. Vohra, G. Kerr, C. O’Donnell, M. Harris, L. Gladson, A. Titus, S. Adamo, K. Fong, E. Gargulinski, A. Soja, S. Anenberg, and Y. Kuwayama (2024) Satellite data for environmental justice: A scoping review. Environmental Research Letters, forthcoming.

Kerr, G., R.V. Martin, A. van Donkelaar, M. Brauer, K. Burkart, S. Wozniak, D.L. Goldberg, S.C. Anenberg (2024). Increasing disparities in air pollution health burdens in the United States. Environmental Health Perspectives, forthcoming.

de Souza, P., S.C. Anenberg, N. Fann, L. McKenzie, E. Chan, A. Roy, J. Jimenez, W. Raich, H. Roman, P. Kinney (2024) Evaluating the sensitivity of pollution-attributable mortality to modeling choices: A case study for Colorado. Environment International,

He, J., B.C. McDonald, C. Harkins, K. O’Dell, M. Li, R. Schwantes, C. Francoeur, B. Pierce, G.J. Frost, S. Anenberg (2023) COVID-19 perturbation on US air quality and health impact assessment. PNAS Nexus,

de Souza, P., S.C. Anenberg, C. Makariewicz, M. Shirgaokar, J. Durant, P. Kinney, D. Niemeier (2023) Quantifying disparities in air pollution exposure across the United States using home and work addresses. Environmental Science and Technology, doi: 10.1021/acs.est.3c07926.

Goldberg, D.L., M. Tao, G. Kerr, S. Ma, D. Tong, A. Fiore, S. Smith, S.C. Anenberg (2023) Evaluating the spatial patterns of U.S. urban NOx emissions using TROPOMI NO2. Remote Sensing of the Environment, 300, 1, 113917, doi: 10.1016/j.rse.2023.113917.

Gohlke, J., M. Harris, A. Roy, T. Thompson, M. DePaola, R.A. Alvarez, S.C. Anenberg, J.S. Apte, M.A.G. Demetillo, I.M. Dressel, G.H. Kerr, J.D. Marshall, A.E. Nowlan, R.F. Patterson, S.E. Pusede, V.A. Southerland (2023) Reducing air pollution inequity through place-based environmental justice policies. Environmental Health Perspectives,

Kerr, G. H., D.L. Goldberg, M.H. Harris, B. Henderson, P. Hystad, A. Roy, S.C. Anenberg (2023) Ethnoracial disparities in nitrogen dioxide pollution in the United States: Comparing datasets from satellites, models, and monitors. Environmental Science and Technology, 57, 48, 19532-19544,

Camilleri, S.F., G.H. Kerr, S.C. Anenberg, D.E. Horton (2023) All-cause NO2-attributable mortality burden and associated racial and ethnic disparities in the United States. Environmental Science and Technology Letters,

O’Dell, K., S. Kondragunta, H. Zhang, D. Goldberg, G.H. Kerr, Z. Wei, B. Henderson, S.C. Anenberg (2023) Public health benefits from improved identification of severe air pollution events with geostationary satellite data. GeoHealth,

Southerland, V., A. Zota, V. Parasram, C. Alvarez, M. Clement, S.C. Anenberg (2023) Temporal trends in U.S. fenceline communities: sociodemographic composition and land development, 2001-2016. Environmental Research Letters, 18, 114042, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/ad0136.

Wei, J., J. Wang, Z. Li, S. Kondragunta, S. Anenberg, Y. Wang, H. Zhang, D. Diner, J. Hand, A. Lyapustin, R. Kahn, P. Colarco, A. da Silva, C. Ichoku (2023) Long-term mortality burden trends attributed to black carbon and PM2.5 from wildfire emissions across the continental US from 2000-2020: a deep learning modelling study. Lancet Planetary Health, 7, 12, e963-e975,

Carter, T.S., G.H. Kerr, H. Amini, R. Martin, U. Ovienmhada, J. Schwartz, A. van Donkelaar, S.C. Anenberg (2023) PM2.5 data inputs affect identification of disadvantaged communities. Environmental Research Letters, 18, 114008, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/ad0066.

Visa, M.A., S.F. Camilleri, A. Montgomery, J.L. Schnell, M. Janssen, Z.E. Adelman, S.C. Anenberg, E.A. Grubert, D.E. Horton (2023) Neighborhood-scale characterization of the air quality, public health, and equity implications of multi-modal vehicle electrification. Environmental Research: Infrastructure and Sustainability, 10.1088/2634-4505/acf60d.

Li, C., A. van Donkelaar, M.S. Hammer, E.E. McDuffie, R.T. Burnett, J.V. Spadaro, D. Chatterjee, A.J. Cohen, J.S. Apte, V.A. Southerland, S.C. Anenberg, M. Brauer, R.V. Martin (2023) Inflection of growth in global fine particulate matter and its health burden. Nature Communications,

Camilleri, S.F., A. Montgomery, M. Visa, J.L. Schnell, Z.E. Adelman, M. Janssen, E.A. Grubert, S.C. Anenberg, D.E. Horton (2023) Air quality, health, and equity implications of electrifying heavy-duty vehicles. Nature Sustainability,

Badr, H.S., B.F. Zaitchik, G.H. Kerr, N.-L.H. Nguyen, Y.-T. Chen, P. Hinson, J.M. Colson, M.N. Kosek, E. Dong, H. Du, A. Mohegh, D.L. Goldberg, S.C. Anenberg, L.M. Gardner (2023) Unified real-time environmental-epidemiological data for multiscale modeling of the COVID-19 pandemic. Scientific Data, 10, 365,

Larkin, A., A. Mohegh, D.L. Goldberg, M. Brauer, S.C. Anenberg, P. Hystad (2023) A global spatial-temporal land use regression model for nitrogen dioxide air pollution. Frontiers in Environmental Sciences, 11,

Kopacz, M., V. Breeze, S. Kondragunta, G. Frost, S. Anenberg, L. Bruhwiler, S. Davis, A. da Silva, J. de Gouw, R. Duren, L. Flynn, A. Gaudel, M. Geigert, G. Goldman, J. Joiner, B. McDonald, L. Ott, V.-H. Peuch, S.E. Pusede, I. Stajner, C. Seftor, C. Sweeney, L.C. Valin, J. Wang, J. Whetstone, S. Kalluri (2023) Global atmospheric composition needs from future ultraviolet-visible-near-infrared (UV-Vis-NIR) NOAA satellite instruments. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society

Ahn, D.Y., D.L. Goldberg, T. Coombes, S.C. Anenberg (2023) Assessing the value of global downscaled gridded CO2 emissions products for urban climate action planning: A case study for 78 global C40 citiesEnvironmental Research Letters, 10.1088/1748-9326/acbb91.

Nawaz, M.O., D.K. Henze, S.C. Anenberg (2023) Sources of air pollution-related health impacts and benefits of radially applied transportation policies in 14 US citiesFrontiers in Sustainable Cities,

Henneman, L.R.F., M.M. Rasel, C. Choirat, S.C. Anenberg, C. Zigler (2022) 22 years of coal power plant-related PM2.5 exposure and inequities in the U.S. Environmental Health Perspectives,

Pozzer, A., S.C. Anenberg, R. Burnett, S. Dey, A. Haines, J. Lelieveld, S. Chowdhury (2022) Mortality attributable to outdoor air pollution: a review of global estimates. GeoHealth,

Sicard, P., Agathokleous, S.C. Anenberg, A. De Marco. E. Paoletti, V. Calatayud (2022) Trends in urban air pollution over the last two decades: A global perspectiveScience of the Total Environment, 160064,

Nawaz, M.O., D.K. Henze, S.C. Anenberg, C. Braun, J. Miller, E. Pronk (2022) A source apportionment and emission scenario assessment of PM2.5 and ozone-related health impacts in G20 countriesGeoHealth,

Hoffman-Hall, A., M.E. Gorris, S.C. Anenberg, H.A. Roop, B.G. McAdoo, M.A. Diaz, S.K. Fortner, R.C. Rehr, J.K. Dhaliwal, A.E. Bredder, D. Reano (2022) A GeoHealth call to action: Moving beyond identifying environmental injustices to co-creating solutionsGeoHealth,

Malashock, D., M.N. DeLang, J.S. Becker, M.L. Serre, J.J. West, K.-L. Chang, O.R. Cooper, S.C. Anenberg (2022) Trends in ozone concentration and attributable mortality for urban, peri-urban, and rural areas worldwide between 2000 and 2019: Estimates from global datasetsLancet Planetary Health,

Zhang, H., Z. Wei, B.H. Henderson, S.C. Anenberg, K. O’Dell, S. Kondragunta (2022) Nowcasting applications of geostationary satellite hourly surface PM2.5 dataWeather and Forecasting,

Cheeseman, M., B.F. Hotmann, S.C. Anenberg, M.J. Cooper, E.V. Fischer, M.S. Hammer, S. Magzamen, R.V. Martin, A. van Donkelaar, J. Vockens, J.R. Pierce (2022) Disparities in air pollutants across racial, ethnic, and poverty groups at US public schoolsGeoHealth,

von Salzen, K., C.Hl Whaley, S.C. Anenberg, R. van Dingenen, Z. Klimont, R. Mahmood, S.R. Arnold, S. Beagley, R.-Y-Chien, J. Christensen, S. Eckhardt, A.M.L. Ekman, N. Evangeliou, G. Faluvegi, M.G. Flanner, J.S. Fu, M. Gauss, W. Gong, J.L. Hjorth, U. Im, S. Krishnan, K. Kupiainen, T. Kuhn, J. Langner, K.S. Law, L. Marelle, D. Olivie, T. Onishi, N. Oshima, A. D.-L. Palomares, V.-V. Paunu, Y. Peng, D. Plummer, L. Pozzoli, S. Rao-Skirbekk, J.-C. Raut, M. Sand, J. Schmale, M. Sigmond, M.A. Thomas, K. Tsigaridis, S.G. Tsyro, S.T. Turnock, M. Wang, B. Winter (2022) Policies to limit air pollution are key for successfully mitigating Arctic warmingCommunications Earth and Environment,

O’Dell, K., B. Ford, J. Burkhardt, S. Magzamen, S.C. Anenberg, J. Bayham, E.V. Fischer, J.R. Pierce (2022) Outside in: the relationship between indoor and outdoor particulate air quality during wildfire smoke events in western US citiesEnvironmental Research: Health, 10.1088/2752-5309/ac7d69.

Kleiman, G., S. Anenberg, Z. Chafe, D.C. Appiah, T. Assefa, A. Bizberg, T. Coombes, D. Cuestas, M.I. de Casas, D. Henze, A. Kessler, I. Kheirbek, P. Kinney, M. Mahiatji, J.D. Marshall, S. Naidoo, N. Potwana, A. Rodriguez, C.W. Tessum, C. Thomas (2022) Enhanced integration of health, climate and air quality management planning at the urban-scaleFrontiers in Sustainable Cities: Health and Cities, doi: 10.3389/frsc.2022.934672.

Tessum, M.W., S.C. Anenberg, Z. Chafe, D. Henze, G. Kleiman, I. Kheirbek, J.D. Marshall, C.W. Tessum (2022) Sources of ambient PM2.5 in 96 global citiesAtmospheric Environment,

Kerr, G.H., D.L. Goldberg, K.E. Knowland, C.A. Keller, D. Oladini, I. Kheirbek, L. Mahoney, Z. Lu, S.C. Anenberg (2022) Diesel passenger vehicle shares influenced COVID-19 changes in urban nitrogen dioxide air pollutionEnvironmental Research Letters, doi:

Keswani, A., H. Akselrod, S.C. Anenberg (2022) Health and Clinical impacts of air pollution and linkages with climate changeNew England Journal of Medicine – Evidence, doi: (Invited)

Malashock, D., M. Delang, J. Becker, M. Serre, J. West, K.-L. Chang, O. Cooper, S.C. Anenberg (2022) Estimates of ozone concentrations and attributable mortality in urban, peri-urban and rural areas worldwide in 2019Environmental Research Letters, in press,

Johnson, L., P. Krisko, M. Malik, C. O’Donnell, N. Pendleton, D. Ahn, A. Bizberg, Z. Chafe, D. Kim, S. McCormick, S. Naidoo, S.C. Anenberg (2022) Environmental, health, and equity co-benefits in urban climate action plans: A descriptive analysis for 27 C40 member citiesFrontiers in Sustainable Cities: Health and Cities

Cromar, K.R., S.C. Anenberg, J.R. Balmes, A.A. Fawcett, M. Ghazipura, J.M. Gohlke, M. Hashizume, P. Howard, E. Lavigne, K. Levy, J. Madrigano, J.A. Martinich, E.A. Mordecai, M.B. Rice, S. Saha, N.C. Scovronick, F. Sekercioglu, E.R. Svendsen, B.F. Zaitchik, G. Ewart (2022) Global Health Impacts for Economic Models of Climate Change: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Annals of the American Thoracic Society,

Southerland, V.A., S.C. Anenberg, M. Brauer, A. Mohegh, M. Hammer, R. Martin, A. van Donkelaar, J. Apte (2022) Global urban temporal trends in fine particulate matter (PM2.5) and attributable health burdens: estimates from global datasetsLancet Planetary Health,

Anenberg, S.C., A. Mohegh, D.L. Goldberg, G.H. Kerr, M. Brauer, K. Burkart, P. Hystad, A. Larkin, S. Wozniak, L. Lamsal (2022) Long-term trends in urban NO2 concentrations and associated pediatric asthma cases: estimates from global datasetsLancet Planetary Health, (Anenberg and Mohegh contributed equally)

Nawaz, O., S, Anenberg, D. Goldberg, D. Jo, B. Nault, J. Jimenez, H. Cao, C. Harkins, Z. Qu (2021) Impacts of sectoral, regional, species and day-specific emissions on air pollution and public health in Washington DCElementa,

Castillo, M.D., S.C. Anenberg, Z.A. Chafe, R. Huxley, L.S. Johnson, I. Kheirbek, M. Malik, J.D. Marshall, S. Naidoo, M.L. Nelson, N.V. Pendleton, Y. Sun, H. van den Broek d’Obrenan, P.L. Kinney (2021) Quantifying the health benefits of urban climate mitigation actions: Current state of the epidemiological evidence and application in health impact assessmentsFrontiers in Sustainable Cities: Health and Cities,

Castillo, M.D., P.L. Kinney, V. Southerland, A. Arno, K. Crawford, A. van Donkelaar, M. Hammer, R.V. Martin, S.C. Anenberg (2021) Estimating intra-urban inequities in PM2.5-attributable health impacts: A case study for Washington, DCGeoHealth,

Goldberg, D.L., S.C. Anenberg, L.N. Lamsal, Z. Lu, E.E. McDuffie, S.J. Smith, D.G. Streets (2021) Urban NOx emissions around the world declined faster than anticipated between 2005 and 2019Environmental Research Letters,

Laughner, J.L., J.L. Neu, D.S. Schimel, P.O. Wennberg, K. Barsanti, K.W. Bowman, A. Chtterjee, B. Croes, H. Fitzmaurice, D.K. Henze, J. Kim, E.A. Kort, Z. Liu, K. Miyazaki, A.J. Turner, S. Anenberg, J. Avise, H. Cao, D. Crisp, J.A. de Gouw, A. Eldering, J.C. Fyfe, D.L. Goldberg, K.R. Gurney, S. Hasheminassab, F. Hopkins, C. Ivey, D.B.A. Jones, J. Liu, N.S. Lovenduski, R.V. Martin, G.A. McKinley, L. Ott, B. Poulter, M. Ru, S.P. Sander, N. Swart, Y.L. Yung, Z.-C. Zeng (2021) Societal shifts due to COVID-19 reveal large-scale complexities and feedbacks between atmospheric chemistry and climate changeProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences,

Anenberg, S.C., G.H. Kerr, D.G. Goldberg (2021) Leveraging satellite data to address air pollution inequitiesEM Magazine, September 2021.

Goldberg, D.G.,C. Anenberg, G.H. Kerr, Z. Lu, D.G. Streets (2021) TROPOMI: A revolutionary new satellite instrument measuring NOx air pollutionEM Magazine, September 2021.

Kerr, G.H., D.L. Goldberg, S.C. Anenberg (2021) COVID-19 lockdowns reveal persistent disparities in nitrogen dioxide pollution levelsProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Holloway, T., D. Miller, S. Anenberg, M. Diao, B. Duncan, A. Fiore, D. Henze, J. Hess, P. Kinney, Y. Liu, J. Neu, S. O’Neill, R.B. Pierce, A. Russell, D. Tong, J.J. West, M. Zondlo (2021) Satellite monitoring for air quality and healthAnnual Review of Biomedical Data Science,

Malley, C.S., W.K. Hicks, J.C.I. Kuylenstierna, E. Michaelopoulou, A. Molotoks, J. Slater, C.G. Heaps, S. Ulloa, J. Veysey, D.T. Shindell, D.K. Henze, O. Nawaz, S.C. Anenberg, B. Mantlana, T.P. Robinson (2021) Integrated assessment of global climate, air pollution, and dietary, malnutrition and obesity health impacts of food production and consumption between 2014 and 2018Environmental Research Communications,

Gorris, M.E. S.C. Anenberg, D.L. Goldberg, G.H. Kerr, J.D. Stowell, D. Tong, B.F. Zaitchik (2021) Shaping the future of science: COVID-19 highlighting the importance of GeoHealthGeoHealth,

Southerland, V.A., S.C. Anenberg, M. Harris, J. Apte, Hystad, A. van Donkelaar, R. Martin, M. Beyers, A. Roy (2021) Assessing the distribution of air pollution health risks within cities: a neighborhood-scale analysis leveraging high resolution datasets in the Bay Area, CaliforniaEnvironmental Health Perspectives,

Neumann, J.E., M. Amend, S. Anenberg, P.L. Kinney, M. Sarofim, J. Martinich, J. Lukens, J. Xu, H. Roman (2021) Estimating PM2.5-related premature mortality and morbidity associated with future wildfire emissions in the western U.SEnvironmental Research Letters,

Goldberg, D., S. Anenberg, G.H. Kerr, A. Mohegh, Z. Lu, D.G. Streets (2021) TROPOMI NO2 in the United States: A detailed look at the annual averages, weekly cycle, effects of temperature, and correlation with surface NO2 concentrationsEarth’s Future,

Mohegh, A., D. Goldberg, P. Achakulwisut, S.C. Anenberg (2020) Sensitivity of estimated NO2-attributable pediatric asthma incidence to grid resolution and urbanicityEnvironmental Research Letters, doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/abce25.

Anenberg, S.C., S. Haines, E. Wang, N. Nassikas, P. Kinney (2020) Synergistic health effects of air pollution, temperature, and pollen exposure: A systematic review of epidemiological evidenceEnvironmental Health, doi: 10.1186/s12940-020-00681-z.

Hess, J.J. N. Ranadive, C. Boyer, L. Aleksandrowicz, S.C. Anenberg, K. Aunan, K. Belesova, M.L. Bell, S. Bickersteth, K. Bowen, M. Burden, D. Campbell-Lendrum, E. Carlton, et al. (2020) Guidelines for modeling and reporting health effects of climate change mitigation actionsEnvironmental Health Perspectives, doi: 10.1289/EHP6745.

Kuylenstierna, J.C.I., T. Ahmed, D.K. Henze, H.W. Vallack, W.K. Hicks, M.R. Ashmore, C.S. Malley, D. Wang, A. Curry Brown, N. Fann, S. Terry, E.N. Lefevre, S.C. Anenberg, F. Lacey, D.T. Shindell, C.G. Heaps (2020) Using the LEAP-IBC tool to assess air quality and climate co-benefits of emission reduction strategies: A case study for BangladeshEnvironment International, doi: 10.1016/j.envint.2020.106155.

Goldberg, D.L., S.C. Anenberg, D. Griffin, C.A. McLinden, Z. Lu, D.G. Streets (2020) Disentangling the impact of the COVID-19 lockdowns on urban NO2 from natural variabilityGeophysical Research Letters, doi:10.1029/2020GL089269.

Anenberg, S.C., M. Bindl, M. Brauer, J.J. Castillo, B.N. Duncan, A.M. Fiore, R. Fuller, D.L. Goldberg, D.K. Henze, J. Hess, T. Holloway, X. Jin, I. Kheirbek, P. Kinney, Y. Liu, A. Mohegh, J. Patz, M. Pescador-Jimenez, D. Tong, K. Walker, N. Watts, J.J. West (2020) Using satellites to track indicators of global air pollution and climate change impacts: Lessons learned from a NASA-supported science-stakeholder collaborativeGeoHealth, doi:10.1029/2020GH000270.

Filipelli, G., S. Anenberg, M. Taylor, A. van Geen, H. Khreis (2020) New approaches to identifying and reducing the global burden of disease from pollutionGeoHealth, 4, e2020GH000270, doi:10.1029/2020GH000270.

Shaffer, R.M., S.P. Sellers, M.G. Baker, R. de Buen Kalman, J. Frostad, M.K. Suter, S.C. Anenberg, J. Balbus, N. Basu, D.C. Bellinger, L. Birnbaum, M. Brauer, A. Cohen, K.L. Ebi, R. Fuller, P. Grandjean, J.J. Hess, M. Kogevinas, P. Kumar, P.J. Landrigan, B. Lanphear, S.J. London, A.A. Rooney, J.D. Stanaway, L. Trasande, K. Walker, H. Hu (2019) Improving and expanding estimates of the global burden of disease due to environmental health risk factorsEnvironmental Health Perspectives, 127, 10, doi:

Anenberg, S.C., P. Achakulwisut, M. Brauer, D. Moran, J.S. Apte, D.K. Henze (2019) Particulate matter-attributable mortality and relationships with carbon dioxide in 250 urban areas worldwideScientific Reports, 9, 11552, doi:

Anenberg, S.C., J. Miller, D. Henze, R. Minjares, P. Achakulwisut (2019) The global burden of transportation tailpipe emissions on air pollution-related mortality in 2010 and 2015Environmental Research Letters, 14, 094012,

Anenberg, S.C., A. Dutton, C. Goulet, D. Swain, B. van der Pluijm (2019) Toward a resilient global society: Air, sea level, earthquakes, and weatherEarth's Future, 7(8): 854-864, doi: (All authors contributed equally)

Achakulwisut, P., M. Brauer, P. Hystad, S.C. Anenberg (2019) Global, national, and urban burdens of pediatric asthma incidence attributable to ambient NO2 pollution: estimates from global datasetsLancet Planetary Health, doi:

Achakulwisut, P., S.C. Anenberg, J.E. Neumann, S.L. Penn, N. Weiss, A. Crimmins, N. Fann, J. Martinich, H. Roman, L.J. Mickley (2019) Effects of increasing aridity on airborne dust and health in the U.S. Southwest under climate changeGeoHealth, doi: 10.1029/2019GH000187.

Anenberg, S.C., and C. Kalman (2019) Extreme weather, chemical facilities, and vulnerable communities in the U.S. Gulf Coast: a disastrous combinationGeoHealth, doi: 10.1029/2019GH000197.

Neumann, J.E., S.C. Anenberg, K. Weinberger, M. Amend, S. Gulati, A. Crimmins, H. Roman, N. Fann, P. Kinney (2018) Estimates of present and future asthma emergency department visits associated with exposure to oak, birch, and grass pollen in the United StatesGeoHealth,

Anenberg, S.C., D.K. Henze, V. Tinney, P.L. Kinney, W. Raich, N. Fann, C.S. Malley, H. Roman, L. Lamsal, B. Duncan, R.V. Martin, A. van Donkelaar, M. Brauer, R. Doherty, J.E. Jonson, Y. Davila, K. Sudo, J.C.I. Kuylenstierna (2018) Estimates of the global burden of ambient PM2.5, ozone, and NO2 on asthma incidence and emergency room visitsEnvironmental Health Perspectives,

Schmale, J., S. Arnold, K. Law, T. Thorp, S. Anenberg, W. Simpson, J. Mao, K. Pratt (2018) Local Arctic air pollution: A neglected but serious problemEarth’s Future, 6.

Ford, B., M. Val Martin, S.E. Zelasky, E.V. Fischer, S.C. Anenberg, C.L. Heald, J.R. Pierce (2018) Future fire impacts on smoke concentrations, visibility, and health in the contiguous United StatesGeoHealth, 2, doi:10.1029/2018GH000144.

Achakulwisut, P., L. Mickley, S. Anenberg (2018) Drought-sensitivity of fine dust in the U.S. Southwest: Implications for air quality and public health under future climate changeEnvironmental Research Letters, 13, 054025, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/aabf20.

Malley, C.S., D.K. Henze, J.C.I. Kuylenstierna, H.W. Vallack, Y. Davila, S.C. Anenberg, M.C. Turner, M.R. Ashmore (2017) Long-term ambient ozone exposure and attributable mortality in adults ≥30 years of age: Updated global estimates for respiratory outcomes. Environmental Health Perspectives, 125(8): 087021.

Anenberg, S.C., J. Miller, R. Minjares, L. Du, D. Henze, F. Lacey, C. Malley, V. Franco, L. Emberson, Z. Klimont, C. Heyes (2017) Impacts and mitigation of excess diesel NOx emissions in 11 major vehicle marketsNature, doi:10.1038/nature22086.

Anenberg, S.C., K. Weinberger, H. Roman, J. Neumann, A. Crimmins, N. Fann, J. Martinich, P. Kinney (2017) Impacts of oak pollen on allergic asthma in the United States and potential influence of future climate changeGeoHealth, 1, doi:10.1002/2017GH000055.

Anenberg, S.C., D. Henze, F. Lacey, A. Irfan, P. Kinney, G. Kleiman, A. Pillarisetti (2017) Air pollution-related health and climate benefits of clean cookstove programs in MozambiqueEnvironmental Research Letters, 12: 025066.

Tinney, V., S.C. Anenberg, M. Kaszniak, B. Robinson (2016) Eighteen years of recommendations to prevent industrial chemical incidents: Results and lessons learned of the U.S. Chemical Safety BoardPublic Health, DOI: 10.1016/j.puhe.2016.04.011.

Anenberg, S.C., A. Belova, J. Brandt, N. Fann, S. Greco, S. Guttikunda, M.-E. Heroux, F. Hurley, M. Krzyzanowski, S. Medina, B. Miller, K. Pandey, J. Roos, R. Van Dingenen (2015) Survey of ambient air pollution health risk assessment toolsRisk Analysis, DOI: 10.1111/risa.12540.

Sarofim, M., S. Waldhoff, S.C. Anenberg (2015) Valuing the ozone-related health co-benefits of methane emission controlsEnvironmental and Resource Economics, DOI: 10.1007/s10640-015-9937-6.

Fann, N., C. Nolte, P. Dolwick, T. Spero, A. Curry-Brown, S. Phillips, S. Anenberg (2014) The geographic distribution and economic value of climate change-related ozone health impacts in the United StatesJournal of Air and Waste Management Association, 65:5, 570-580.

Anenberg, S.C., J.J. West, H. Yu, M. Chin, M. Schulz, D. Bergmann, I. Bey, H. Bian, T. Diehl, A. Fiore, P. Hess, E. Marmer, V. Montanaro, R. Park, D. Shindell, T. Takemura, F. Dentener (2014) Impacts of intercontinental transport of anthropogenic fine particulate matter on human mortalityAir Quality, Atmosphere, and Health, 7, 369:379.

West, J.J., S.J. Smith, R.A. Silva, V. Naik, Y. Zhang, Z. Adelman, M.M. Fry, S. Anenberg, L.W. Horowitz, J.-F. Lamarque (2013) Co-benefits of mitigating global greenhouse gas emissions for future air quality and human healthNature Climate Change, 3, 885-889.

Silva, R.A., J.J. West, Y. Zhang, S.C. Anenberg, J.-F. Lamarque, D.T. Shindell, W.J. Collins, S. Dalsoren, G. Faluvegi, G. Folberth, L.W. Horowitz, T. Nagashima, V. Naik, S. Rumbold, R. Skeie, K. Sudo, T. Takemura, D. Bergmann, P. Cameron-Smith, I. Cionni, R. Doherty, V. Eyring, B. Josse, I. MacKenzie, D. Plummer, M. Righi, D. Stevenson, S. Strode, S. Szopa, G. Zeng (2013) Global premature mortality due to anthropogenic outdoor air pollution and the contribution of past climate changeEnvironmental Research Letters, 8, 034005, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/8/3/034005.

Anenberg, S.C., K. Balakrishnan, J. Jetter, O. Masera, S. Mehta, J. Moss, V. Ramanathan (2013) Cleaner cooking solutions to achieve health, climate, and economic co-benefitsEnvironmental Science and Technology, 47:3944-3952. (Invited).

Anenberg, S.C., J. Schwartz, D. Shindell, M. Amann, G. Faluvegi, Z. Klimont, G. Maenhout, L. Pozzoli, R. van Dingenen, E. Vignati, L. Emberson, N.Z. Muller, J.J. West, M. Williams, V. Demkine, W.K. Hicks, J. Kuylenstierna, F. Raes, V. Ramanathan (2012) Global air quality and health co-benefits of mitigating near-term climate change through methane and black carbon emission controlsEnvironmental Health Perspectives, 120:831-839.

Shindell, D., J.C.I. Kuylenstierna, E. Vignati, R. van Dingenen, M. Amann, Z. Klimont, S.C. Anenberg, N. Muller, G. Janssens-Maenhout, F. Raes, J. Schwartz, G. Faluvegi, L. Pozzoli, K. Kupiainen, L. Hoglund-Isakson, L. Emberson, D. Streets, V. Ramanathan, K. Hicks, K. Oanh, G. Milly, M. Williams, V. Demkine, D. Fowler (2012) Simultaneously mitigating near-term climate change and improving human health and food securityScience, 335:183-189.

Anenberg, S.C., K. Talgo, S. Arunachalam, P. Dolwick, C. Jang, J.J. West (2011) Impacts of global, regional, and sectoral black carbon emission reductions on surface air quality and human mortalityAtmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 11:7253-7267.

Fann, N., A. Lamson, S.C. Anenberg, K. Wesson, D. Risley, B.J. Hubbell (2011) Estimating the national public health burden associated with exposure to ambient PM2.5 and ozoneRisk Analysis, 32:81-95.

Shindell, D., G. Faluvegi, M. Walsh, S.C. Anenberg, R. Van Dingenen, N.Z. Muller, J. Austin, D. Koch, G. Milly (2011) Climate, health, agricultural and economic impacts of tighter vehicle emissions standardsNature Climate Change, 1:59-66.

Anenberg, S.C., L.W. Horowitz, D.Q. Tong, J.J. West (2010) An estimate of the global burden of anthropogenic ozone and fine particulate matter on premature human mortality using atmospheric modelingEnvironmental Health Perspectives, 118(9):1189-1195.

Anenberg, S.C., J.J. West, A.M. Fiore, D.A. Jaffe, M.J. Prather, D. Bergmann, C. Cuvelier, F.J. Dentener, B.N. Duncan, M. Gauss, P. Hess, J.E. Jonson, A. Lupu, I.A. MacKenzie, E. Marmer, R.J. Park, M. Sanderson, M. Schultz, D.T. Shindell, S. Szopa, M. Garcia Vivanco, O. Wild, and G. Zeng (2009) Intercontinental impacts of ozone pollution on human mortalityEnvironmental Science and Technology, 43(17):6482-6487.

Gomez M., S. Casper, E.A. Smith (2007) The CSB Incident Screening Database: Description, summary statistics, and usesJournal of Hazardous Materials, 159(1):119-129.