What we do

The mission of Cambridge Climate Institute is to observe, understand, model, and predict changes in the Earth's system. In addition to advancing research, we aim to help society through public outreach, education, and informing public policy. 

We are engaged in research in Earth and climate sciences, and related modeling and computational activities in support of said research.  The public outreach is intended to focus on educating primary and secondary schools, colleges and universities, as well as outreach and education to public officials serving in government or government sponsored activities.


Cambridge Climate Institute is a non-profit research institute that provides a unique environment for Earth and climate scientists. It was incorporated in 2016 to advance scientific research for public benefit, with tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)3 of the US Internal Revenue Code. Our organization is primarily funded by governmental agencies including the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

We are dedicated to developing collaborations with like-minded individuals and institutions in furtherance of our mission to research the Earth's system, to improve the computational modeling of it, and to educate the community with our results. We strive to employ scientists who are in the top of their field and who wish to contribute their excellence to our organization's goals in an environment that values people, science, and truth. If you are a passionate researcher with existing or potential funding sources and your interests complement those of the organization -- come work and do science with us!