Hana Kim is an assistant professor in the School of Digital Humanities & Computational Social Sciences at KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology) and is also affiliated as an adjunct faculty in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at KAIST. She serves as a member of diverse policy-making councils such as the Presidential Committee for 2050 Carbon Neutrality in Korea. She received a B.Eng. Degree in Civil Engineering and an M.S. degree in Urban Planning from Seoul National University, Republic of Korea, and a Ph.D. in Energy and Environmental Policy from University of Delaware, United States. Her recent research primarily focuses on investigating the effect of diverse interventions (from smart feedback to incentives) on pro-environmental behaviors such as electricity-saving and suggesting policy interventions to expand, strengthen, and sustain pro-environmental behaviors. Also, She has been continuously involved in interlinked water and waste problems with energy issues.