Climate Change Analyst Job Description
Climate change analysts use research and analysis to make recommendations for climate-related legislation, fundraising, and awareness campaigns.
Responsibilities for climate change analysts often include:
- Informing legislators and regulatory agencies of research findings.
- Proposing policies related to alternative fuels and other factors related to climate change.
- Identifying the environmental impacts of existing policies.
There are currently 89,400 climate change analysts in the United States, with 4,320 new climate change analyst job openings created each year.
Climate Change Analyst jobs are not expected to see much growth beyond their current levels in the next decade.
Climate Change Analyst Salaries
Climate Change Analyst salaries can vary depending on your experience, the location, company, industry, and benefits provided. Nationwide, most climate change analysts make between $47,400 – $84,000 per year, or $22.78 – $40.37 per hour.