Evaluates risk and resilience for human and natural systems under climate change.
"The work we do today will protect the planet for the future."
Dr. Kimberley R. Miner is a Scientist at the NASA Jet Propulsion Lab in Pasadena, California, where she looks at Arctic change as part of a joint NASA-ESA initative. She is a graduate of Columbia's School of International and Public Affairs (MPA) and the University of Maine's Climate Change Institute (Ph.D.). At the University of Maine, she continues her work as a Research Assistant Professor focusing on global risks from climate change. Her work has taken her to both the Arctic and Antarctic, Switzerland, Italy, Canada and the Hague. Kimberley is a Black belt, certified Wilderness Firefighter and First Responder, and mom to a lively cattledog.More About Kimberley R.