Seaver Wang works at the Breakthrough Institute as a climate and energy analyst, researching topics in energy and broad decarbonization as well as working to link Breakthrough’s projects to the latest in earth and climate research.
Seaver holds a PhD in Earth and Ocean Sciences from Duke University as well as a BA in Earth Sciences from the University of Pennsylvania. His contributions to researching the links between marine plankton ecology and oceanic cycling of carbon and nitrogen have produced a number of scientific peer-reviewed articles, including publications in the ISME Journal and Nature Communications. He is also a former Chateaubriand STEM Fellow.
In his free time, Seaver enjoys cooking, reading about history and global security, and digital drawing and painting.