Anna Lea

Environmental fellow at the Harvard University Center for the Environment

Anna Lea Albright is a climate scientist whose research focuses on the role of clouds and air pollution in climate. She has also done research on the interactions between 19th century industrialization, environmental change, and painting, as well as the impacts of rising sea levels for mortgages and coastal communities in France.

Anna Lea is currently a postdoctoral fellow at the Harvard Center for the Environment. She received her PhD from the Laboratory of Dynamic Meteorology at Sorbonne University in 2022 and her bachelor’s and master’s from Harvard University in 2017.