MIT Climate Co-Lab Fellows (Cambridge, MA)

The Climate CoLab, a project of the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence, seeks to apply the approach used in systems like open source software and Wikipedia to develop and gain support for creative new ideas to address climate change. The Climate Co Lab is currently seeking Fellows with interest in areas including: decarbonization of energy supply, reducing emissions in the fossil fuel supply chain, reducing emissions from energy conversion/transmission in electric power, reducing emissions from the transportation sector, industrial efficiency, social attitudes toward climate change, reducing consumption/dematerialization of the economy to reduce emissions. Fellows are expected to spend 1-2 hours per week on average over the course of the year, and are typically either postdoctoral fellows, graduate students, or others with a background in environmental science, management, or other fields related to climate change, or concerned citizens with knowledge of and interest in climate change-related issues.

Those interested in applying should contact Robert Laubacher.

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