Fellows in the News

Kimberley Miner was named as one of six female scientists making the world more sustainable by Green Queen blog. Green Queen writes: 

Scientific research might be considered a male-dominated arena, but it’s time to recognise that there are plenty of female pioneers to celebrate. Strong women who identified a niche or subject that was ripe for further exploration have led the charge for progress for centuries.

The following scientific powerhouses have made leaps in their respective fields and brought global attention to some of the most important environmental issues facing humanity.

Dr. Miner was recognized by Green Queen for her seminal work climbing Mount Everest and revealing the presence of pollutants and chemicals there, as a climate scientist at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and for her support for rewilding as a climate solution. 

Read more about Kimberley and other top female scientsts here.

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