Cornell Climate Online Fellowship

Cornell University online training (FREE)

14 weeks (Sept 10 – Dec 13, 2019) Apply now:


The Cornell Climate Online Fellows will work together over a period of 14 weeks to identify, discuss, implement, and assess greenhouse gas mitigation actions they take locally and within their social networks. This is a serious commitment, requiring 4-10 hours of work per week and active participation in weekly conference calls. Fellows will be selected based on their applications and on Cornell's commitment to creating a group of fellows who bring diverse ideas and experiences and represent a wide range of countries. There is no fee for participation and fellows do not receive a stipend. This is a unique experience for in-depth training and discussions with Cornell faculty and climate-concerned citizens from around the world.

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