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Research Intern, Fossil Fuel Supply Chain Analysis Research Group

Research Fellow, Fossil Fuel Supply Chain Analysis

About the Organization: is a global advocacy organization delivering large-scale change for our planet and its people by interrupting the systems that create environmental and climate crises. Our mission is to challenge corporations and governments to treat people and the environment with respect. Our worldwide community advocates for a climate-safe, equitable future, where environmental and climate justice policies uphold the dignity of people everywhere—at the scale our world requires. The Research Group supports the global community of philanthropists, advisors, and strategists with cutting-edge investigative research to create breakthroughs in climate advocacy campaigns around the world.

Fellowship Description:

The Research Intern will support Research Group's work on various fossil fuel related supply chains. This could include petrochemicals, aviation, gas used in buildings etc. The intern will be expected to conduct literature review, collect data from various government and third party organizations, data entry, and potentially run basic descriptive statistics based on experience. The intern will be mentored in database design and maintenance, and other skills required for the job. There are several facets to this work, and the final set of tasks will be based on skill set, timing, and interest.


- Bachelor's degree in related field
- Prior experience conducting and compiling research
- Ability to work in google sheets or excel to enter data and create databases
- Keen attention to detail
- knowledge of statistics is a bonus

Time Commitment:  10-15 hours / week

Research Intern, Fossil Fuel Supply Chain Analysis

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