Heidi Cullen

Chief Scientist, Climate Central

Heidi Cullen serves as chief scientist for Climate Central and leads the World Weather Attribution program. Before joining Climate Central, she served as The Weather Channel’s first on-air climate expert and helped create Forecast Earth, a weekly television series focused on issues related to climate change and the environment. Prior to that Heidi worked as a research scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in Boulder, CO. Heidi received a Bachelor of Science degree in industrial engineering from Columbia University and a PhD in climatology and ocean-atmosphere dynamics at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University. Heidi also serves as chief science advisor for the Years of Living Dangerously project and is the author of The Weather of the Future published by Harper Collins in 2010.

Heidi Cullen serves as chief scientist for Climate Central and leads the World Weather Attribution program. Before joining Climate Central, she served as The Weather Channel’s first on-air climate expert and helped create Forecast Earth, a weekly television series focused on issues related to climate change and the environment. Prior to that Heidi worked as a research scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in Boulder, CO. Heidi received a Bachelor of Science degree in industrial engineering from Columbia University and a PhD in climatology and ocean-atmosphere dynamics at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University. Heidi also serves as chief science advisor for the Years of Living Dangerously project and is the author of The Weather of the Future published by Harper Collins in 2010.

Website
www.climatecentral.org
Lectures

11.10.2015 (1:27:36)

Climate & Weather, The Big Picture