Climate Fellowships, Clean Air-Cool Planet (New England locations)

2012 Climate Fellowship postings are now available from Clean Air-Cool Planet.

CA-CP Climate Fellowships are 10-week, full-time summer positions that pair exceptionally talented students with challenging real-world projects to advance innovative climate change solutions and leadership  Fellows are provided mentorship, networking opportunities and a stipend.

The list of 2012 Fellowships is exciting and diverse, including the following:

  • Haas Climate Fellowship: Climate Preparedness for Coastal New Hampshire Towns (NH)
  • Lamprey Climate Fellowship: Charting Emissions From Food Services (CHEFS): Supporting Sustainable Decisions
  • Impact of Climate Change on Population Dynamics of Emergent Pathogens (NH)
  • Fostering Innovation in Financing State and Local Clean Energy and Energy Efficiency Initiatives (CT)
  • Using the Campus Carbon Calculator to Highlight Coal Dependence Impacts and Alternatives for Colleges and Universities
  • Climate Preparedness for New Jersey – Data Directory (NJ)
  • and more…

If you are, have or know a college student (upper-class undergrad or graduate)  looking for a challenging and rewarding summer experience, please visit for details about the projects and application process.

The deadline for accepting applications is February 24th!


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