Research Associate & Assistant Research Professor, Department of History at Harvard University
Alexander More is a climate scientist, historian, explorer, and photographer. He is Assistant Research Professor at the Climate Change Institute and holds an appointment in the Department of History at Harvard University where he also teaches and earned his PhD. With more than 1,000 hours spent exploring the ocean in underwater archaeological and climate surveys in four continents, Dr. More uses cutting-edge tools to engage the public in the realities of climate change and the quest for solutions to it. In the Initiative for the Science of the Human Past at Harvard and CCI, Dr. More leads a project on the impact of environmental change on human and ecosystem health and the economy in the last millennium. His landmark articles and interviews have been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, Natural History Magazine, The Guardian, Popular Science, and more than 150 other print and online publications. Dr. More has served as a staffer in the US Senate and he is currently Managing Director of the World Ocean Forum, Director of Communications and Education at Blue Ocean Watch, and Fellow and Chair of Programs at The Explorers Club.
Sir John's Italian Restaurant
915 N Broadway
White Plains, NY
Like our Facebook page to keep up-to-date on club news, events and more.