Bio

Peter Kalmus is a climate scientist working at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. He has a PhD in physics from Columbia University and a BA in physics from Harvard.

At work, Peter uses satellite data, in situ data, and models to study the rapidly changing Earth, with a focus on boundary layer clouds. At home, he explores how dramatically reducing carbon emissions can lead to a happier, more connected life. He enjoys orcharding, beekeeping, and backpacking with his family.

Peter speaks on his own behalf, not on behalf of NASA, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, or the California Institute of Technology.