Bianca Majumder is a Policy Analyst for Energy and Environment Policy at American Progress, focusing on domestic energy policy. Prior to joining American Progress, Majumder completed a dual major in geoscience and biology with a focus on paleoclimate at the University of Miami. She also received her master’s degree in climate remote sensing from the University of Miami, where she researched the link between climate change, conflict, and humanitarian crises, while outlining how remote sensing data could help define environmental and water policy objectives. Majumder was active in grassroots environmental advocacy at the state level and has advised congressional candidates on aspects of science-based policy.

By Bianca Majumder
Securing a Safe, Just, and Climate-Ready Future for FloridaCenter for American ProgressMarch 16, 2021
Revamping Federal Climate ScienceCenter for American ProgressDecember 15, 2020
Equitable and Just Hurricane and Disaster Preparedness Amid COVID-19Center for American ProgressSeptember 30, 2020
The Impact of the Coronavirus on the Renewable Energy IndustryCenter for American ProgressApril 15, 2020
Congress Must Do More to Counter Trump Administration’s Assault on Climate ScienceCenter for American ProgressJune 19, 2019
Congress Should Revive the Office of Technology AssessmentCenter for American ProgressMay 13, 2019
The Importance of a National Energy Efficiency Resource Standard in Progressive InfrastructureCenter for American ProgressMarch 6, 2019
Energy-Efficient Buildings Are Central to Modernizing U.S. InfrastructureCenter for American ProgressJanuary 29, 2019