Fellowship Subject Areas

We are looking for individuals with knowledge and expertise in the following areas:

  • Avoided Methane: technologies or agricultural practices that reduce methane from entering the atmosphere.
  • Health & Education: rights-based solutions that can reduce estimated future demand through access to health resources and education.
  • Demand-Side Food Systems: supply-chain solutions that prevent food loss and waste from occurring; and, shifts in diets and behaviors that limit the production and consumption of high-emitting commodities.
  • Engineered Sinks: technological solutions that sequester carbon from atmosphere.
  • Transportation: mobility solutions that reduce fuel combustion and/or reduce demand from passengers and shipping.


  • Master’s degree required, PhD or equivalent work experience preferred.
  • 5+ years of experience in subject area (see above).
  • Experience in quantitative analysis, data modeling, or econometrics required.
  • Strong research, analysis, and writing skills. Demonstrated ability and commitment to conduct research and produce scholarly work.
  • Experience preparing clear, compelling, and high-quality reports and presentations.
  • Project management skills, capable of meeting deadlines.
  • Interest in and ability to work remotely, yet in collaboration with a team of researchers in different time zones.
  • Comfort with teleconferencing. Able to participate in videoconferences between 9:00am–12:00pm Pacific Time.
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