Dorothy Lsoto is a first year graduate student pursuing her Master’s in Environment and Resources at the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies. Prior to graduate school, Dorothy has been working in East Africa, Uganda on several renewable energy research projects like solar, biomass and biogas. She has also done a lot of work with air quality in institutions and schools using biogas versus firewood for cooking. She loves working with communities and introducing them to clean energies. Her main interests are renewable energy; currently she works with Prof. Rebecca Larson on biogas absorption chillers. Dorothy is a recipient of the EAP International Student Award.