Questions? Contact Jennifer Andrews at (603) 862- 5076 or jennifer dot andrews at unh dot edu.
Applications are being reviewed and selected applicants will be contacted
no later than Friday, April 4th to schedule interviews.
The transition of the Climate Fellows Program to UNH and the 2014 Climate Fellows Program itself are made possible thanks to the creation of the Ted Smith Fund for the Next Generation of Environmental Leaders, which honors the extraordinary legacy of one of Clean Air - Cool Planet's founding board members, Ted Smith.
2014 Climate Fellowships (please apply for no more than two)
- Climate Solutions New England (CSNE) Impacts. The New England Climate Impacts Fellow will help conduct a new analysis of climate impacts data from across the region. Read the full description.
- Climate Solutions New England (CSNE) Economics. The New England Climate Economics Fellow will help conduct a new analysis of innovative economic approaches to climate mitigation. Read the full description.
- Energy Maine Trust Fellow. The Energy Efficiency Fellow will work with the Efficiency Maine Trust to evaluate the energy savings achievable through communicating and utilizing interval data available with recently installed smart grid technology. Energy Maine Trust Fellow. Read the full description.
- Food Solutions New England (FSNE). The New England Food Vision Fellow will work with Food Solutions New England and its sister initiative Climate Solutions New England (CSNE) to build upon preliminary research on a climate analysis of the New England Food Vision data. Read the full description.
- Montana Impacts. The One Montana Climate Impacts Fellow will research, document and annotate all extreme weather events that led to water crises/disasters in the Rocky Mountain west and southwest over the past fifteen years. Read the full description.
- Montana Resiliency. The One Montana Resilience Fellow will inventory past, current and planned water adaptation efforts in Montana so as to provide critical data for Montana conservation districts and watershed councils. Read the full description.
- Bridgeport Communications. The Bridgeport Sustainability Communications Fellow infuse technology into the process by which the City tracks the results of sustainability initiatives. Read the full description.
- Greenovate. The Boston Greenovate Transportation Fellow will support outreach, communications, and analytical work for the Transportation Departmentport to help meet the city's greenhouse gas emission reduction goals. Read the full description.
- Bridgeport Monitoring. The Bridgeport Species Monitoring Fellow will track development of species noted in the Threatened and Endangered Species Monitoring Program to ensure that these species cohabitate with human disturbances as part of the City's ongoing Climate Resilience efforts. Read the full description.
- Private Sector Climate Preparedness (NJ). The Private Sector Climate Preparedness (NJ) Fellow will conduct a literature search (peer reviewed and grey literature), interviews with business leaders, and a review of corporate governance recommendations (e.g., CERES) that relate to climate preparedness. Read the full description.
- Ecosystem Services (NJ). The Ecosystem Services (NJ) Fellow will conduct a literature survey (peer reviewed and grey literature) to identify specific cases of policy at the state and local level in the U.S. where an economic value was placed on ecosystem services and then specifically integrated into decision and policy making with a particular lens on climate preparedness and adaptation policy making. Read the full description.