NGOs and Other Not-For-Profit Groups
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Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies Summer 2008 Master's Students' Internships, page 1 of 3 Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies Summer 2008 Master’s Students’ Internships Each summer our Master’s Degree students undertake internships and research projects domestically and around the world. Typical internships occur between the first and second years of the program; occasionally internships last for longer than the summer. Some students undertake multiple experiences. This list shows the rich and diverse internships that F&ES students had in the summer of 2008. Peter Otis, Director of Career Development NGOs and Other Not-For-Profit Groups Alternatives for Community and Environment, Green Justice Coalition, Summer Intern, MA Cascade Land Conservancy, Transfer of Development Rights, Intern, WA CATIE, Agroforesteria /Agroforestry, Research intern, COSTA RICA Department of Parks and the Environment, Sao Paulo Office of Planning, Park Planning and Legal Analysis Intern, BRAZIL Environmental Defense, Corporate Partnerships Program, New Project Development, Intern, MA Environmental Defense, Raleigh Office, Ecosystem Services Intern, NC Foundation Natural Bolivia, Intern, BOLIVIA Hilltown Land Trust, Self Assessment Intern, MA Institute for Global Environmental Strategies, Climate Policy, Research Intern, JAPAN International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Transitions to New Technologies, Research Assistant, AUSTRIA Investlesprom, Padanski Lespromkhoz, Forestry Intern,, RUSSION FEDERATION Kohala Center, Intern, HI Lembaga Simpur Hutan, Biodiversity Research, Ketapang, Kalimantan Barat, Intern, INDONESIA Mpala Research Centre, Research Intern, KENYA Natural Resources Defense Fund (NRDC), China Program, Project Assistant, NY Natural Resources Defense Fund (NRDC), Health Program, Project Associate, CHINA Natural Resources Defense Fund (NRDC), Litigation, Law Intern, NY Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative, Intern, WY Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative, Private Land Conservation Research Intern, WY Pacific Forest Trust, Carbon Finance Intern, CA Temperate Forest Foundation, Intern, CT Tata Energy Research Institute (TERI), Climate Change Group Intern, INDIA Tata Energy Research Institute (TERI), Intern, INDIA (2) The GreenBlue Institute, Intern, VA Nature Conservancy, Connecticut Chapter, Researcher, CT Urban Habitat, Great Communities Collaborative/Green Building Intern, CA Utila Centre for Marine Ecology, Research Intern, HONDURAS World Resources Institute (WRI), People and Ecosystem, Student Intern, DC World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Conservation Science Intern, D.C. Business and Industry Alston & Bird LLP, Summer Associate, DC enXco Development Corporation, Solar Division/NW Regional Office., Market Analyst & Project Developer, OR General Electric Company, Corporate Environmental Program’s Operation Intern, CT International Paper, EHS/Office of Sustainability, Intern, TN Johnson & Johnson, Environment, Health & Safety Intern, NJ Jonathan Rose Companies, Project Manager, NY Kieran Timberlake, Research Team Research Analyst, PA LandVest, GIS worker, MA LeWitt Foundation, Visiting Scholar, , ITALY Noble Environmental Power, Project Finance Summer Associate, CT Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies Summer 2008 Master's Students' Internships, page 2 of 3 Noble Environmental Power LLC, Legal, Summer Law Clerk, CT Sabre Holdings, Summer Associate, CT Sindicatum Carbon Capital Americas, Financial and Market Analyst, TX Tetra Tech Inc., Fairfax Office Environmental Scientist, VA Education Federal University of Paraiba, Researcher - Department of Applied Geography, BRAZIL Universidad Nacional a Misiones, Researcher, ARGENTINA Universidade de Sao Paulo, Instituto de Astronomia, Geofisica, e Ciencias Atmosfericas Researcher, BRAZIL Universidade de Sao Paulo, Instituto de Astronomia, Geofisica, e Ciencias Atmosfericas (IAG) Researcher, BRAZIL Yale University Forests, Researcher, CT Yale University, FES Office of Strategic Initiatives, Climate Change Researcher, CT Yale University, Hixon Center for Urban Ecology, Researcher, CT (2) Yale Urban Design Workshop, Dwight Neighborhood Sustainability Fellow, CT Yale University, Center for Industrial Ecology, Researcher, CT (2) Yale University, Center for Industrial Ecology, Associate Researcher, CT Government and Public Sector Groups Committee of Environment Protection and Resource Conservation of China’s National People’s Congress, Legislation Office Assistant, CHINA Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection, Bureau of Waste Management, Research Assistant, CT Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Evaluation Support Division, Summer Intern, DC Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources of MEXICO, General Directorate of Energy and Mining, Researcher, MEXICO Provincial Government of Bohol - the Philippines, Provincial Planning and Development Office Researcher, PHILIPPINES Secretaria de Estado de Desenvolvimento Susntetavel do Amazonas and Instituto de Desenvolvimento Sustentável de Fonte Boa. CEUC and IDSFB, Researcher, BRAZIL U.S. Department of Justice, Environment & Natural Resources Division, Legal Intern, D.C United Nations Development Program (UNDP), Climate Change Adaptation Team, Climate Change Adaptation Consultant, NY United Nations Development Program- Global Environmental Facility (UNDP-GEF), Regional Centre in Bangkok, Energy and Environment, GEF Biodiversity Team Intern, THAILAND United Nations Development Program (UNDP), Environment Unit, Carbon Facility Intern, THAILAND UNFCCC, Least Developed Countries Unit Intern, GERMANY Independent Non U.S. Research (non-hosted) Assessing the Potential of Generating Electricity for Local Use from Coconuts, KENYA Climate Vulnerability and Adaptive Governance in the Rio Bravo Watershed, MEXICO Comparative Analysis of the Political Economy of Recycling in Two Brazilian Cities: Porto Alegre and Brasilia, BRAZIL Data Collection and Analysis for an industrial town called Nanjangud, INDIA Ecotourism and Cultural Tourism Operations Effects on Landscapes and Communities, FIJI Environmental Flows in the Lower Jordan River, ISRAEL Environmental and Social impacts of Different types of Energy Production, CANADA Habitat Requirements by Wolves in Agricultural Landscapes, INDIA Lunad Use Change for Yerba Mate Farmers, ARGENTINA Road Building and Land-use Change in the MAP Region, BRAZIL, PERU, and BOLIVIA Compiled by the Career Development Office, Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies. For more information, please contact Peter Otis, Director. Tel: 203.432.8920 or E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org The School and its students would like to thank donors and host organizations and supervisors for making these valuable professional experiences possible. Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies Summer 2008 Master's Students' Internships, page 3 of 3 Small-scale Tea growers’ Agricultural Practices and Perceptions of the Environment, Fox International Fellowship, , INDIA Strategic Environmental Assessment of Mangrove Regulation, MEXICO The Role of Carbon Offset Project Developers in Poverty Alleviation: Where Does all the Money go?, MEXICO Transnational Management of Water Resources for Rural Development in Nicaragua and Honduras, HONDURAS Using Agroforestry to Manage for Soil Quality on Ilex Paraguariensis Plantations, ARGENTINA Independent U.S. Research (non-hosted) Capacity and Mitigation: The Importance of Semantics in the International Climate Policy Regime, CT Cardiovascular Diseases, CT Effects of an Invasive Species Removal Practice in the Connecticut River, CT Field work with Various Communities, AK Meta-analysis of Studies on Association of Ozone and Hospital Admissions for Respiratory and The Effects of Invasive Phragmites Australis on Bullfrog Larval Development, CT The Exhibitry of Conservation, MADAGASKAR and US Tree Ring Analysis, CT Compiled by the Career Development Office, Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies. For more information, please contact Peter Otis, Director. Tel: 203.432.8920 or E-mail: email@example.com The School and its students would like to thank donors and host organizations and supervisors for making these valuable professional experiences possible.