The writers of the ECCF are a collection of students and early career professionals drawing from an array of expertise in climate change adaptation and the climate sciences. Many, are current Ph.D. students actively pursuing their research as they look forward and prepare for future careers in the field. Others, are early career professionals and researchers in academia, non-government and government positions. All, share a passion for networking, collaborating and sharing insights with each other and those interested in climate adaptation and the climate sciences.
The ECCF community of writers span a broad spectrum of expertise rooted in the exploration climate adaptation and climate impacts. Many of our writers are affiliated with the Climate Science Centers across the country, conducting work on the regional impacts of climate change on people and ecosystems. We are oceanographers, meteorologists, psychologists, communication specialists, geographers, climatologists, entomologists, astrophysicists, ecologists, and experts in community engagement. Please click to learn more about our writers, their research interests and background. As we are always looking for more voices and perspectives here at ECCF, we invite those interested in writing for the ECCF blog to please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org.