Joseph Majkut is director of climate policy at the Niskanen Center. He is an expert in climate science, climate policy, and risk and uncertainty analysis for decision making.
Majkut is frequently cited by the top climate trade publications, including E&E News and InsideClimate News. He is also routinely featured in outlets including: the Washington Post, the New York Times, Bloomberg, Axios, The Atlantic, and Vice News. Majkut has also testified before Congress on climate and scientific research.
Before joining the Niskanen Center, he worked on climate change policy in Congress as a congressional science fellow, supported by the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He holds a PhD from Princeton University in Atmopheric and Oceanic Sciences, a master’s degree in Applied Mathmatics from the Delft University of Technology, and a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Harvey Mudd College.