What does a Climate Change Analyst do?
Research and analyze policy developments related to climate change. Make climate-related recommendations for actions such as legislation, awareness campaigns, or fundraising approaches.
- Write reports or academic papers to communicate findings of climate-related studies.
- Promote initiatives to mitigate climate change with government or environmental groups.
- Present climate-related information at public interest, governmental, or other meetings.
- Present and defend proposals for climate change research projects.
- Prepare grant applications to obtain funding for programs related to climate change, environmental management, or sustainability.
- Gather and review climate-related studies from government agencies, research laboratories, and other organizations.
- Develop, or contribute to the development of, educational or outreach programs on the environment or climate change.
- Review existing policies or legislation to identify environmental impacts.
- Provide analytical support for policy briefs related to renewable energy, energy efficiency, or climate change.
- Prepare study reports, memoranda, briefs, testimonies, or other written materials to inform government or environmental groups on environmental issues such as climate change.
- Make legislative recommendations related to climate change or environmental management, based on climate change policies, principles, programs, practices, and processes.
- Research policies, practices, or procedures for climate or environmental management.
- Propose new or modified policies involving use of traditional and alternative fuels, transportation of goods, and other factors relating to climate and climate change.
- Analyze and distill climate-related research findings to inform legislators, regulatory agencies, or other stakeholders.