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Regen Registry Program Development Intern

Regen Network

Regen Registry Program Development Fellow

About the Organization:

Regen Network is a global marketplace and technology platform that connects Earth regenerators with buyers of ecosystem services, using blockchain to create transparent and verifiable ecological assets. Their focus is on incentivizing regenerative land practices, enhancing biodiversity, and improving carbon sequestration to combat climate change and achieve ecological regeneration of our planet.

Fellowship Description:

Position Overview: We are seeking a detail-oriented and proactive intern to support the development and refinement of our Registry Program, an ecosystem service registry. This role is integral to ensuring the consistency and clarity of our program documentation and communication materials.

Key Responsibilities:

Document Review and Standardization: Conduct a thorough review of all existing program templates, focusing on harmonizing language, formatting, and design to ensure a cohesive and professional presentation.

Consistency in Program Documentation: Scrutinize all program-related documents to guarantee the uniform use of keywords and terminologies, enhancing the clarity and precision of our communication.

Template Development: Identify areas where new templates are required and take the initiative to create these, ensuring they align with the overall style and language of existing materials.

Supporting Taxonomy Research: Engage in research activities to aid the development of the Regen Network Taxonomy version 2, contributing to the advancement of our ecosystem service classification and measurement framework.


Strong attention to detail and a keen eye for consistency in language and design.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to work independently and proactively identify areas for improvement.
Interest in sustainability, climate change, and regenerative practices.
Familiarity with environmental terminology and taxonomy is a plus.
Basic research skills and the ability to synthesize information effectively.

Time Commitment: 20 hours / week

Regen Registry Program Development Intern

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