Seaver Wang works at the Breakthrough Institute as Co-Director of the Climate and Energy team, 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.