Seven Internship Opportunities at the World Wildlife Fund (WWF)

Listed here are Seven Internship Opportunities at the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). Click on each opportunity for details and to apply.

Tranquillised black rhino wakes up in new home, Eastern Cape province, South Africa

  • US-DC-Washington

TitleIN-19061 Communications Intern, International Climate Cooperation

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a graduate-level communications intern to join the International Climate Cooperation Program (ICCP) within WWF-US’ Climate Goal Team team this summer.   Under the supervision of the Senior Program Officer, US and International Climate Cooperation, the communications intern will largely support the programmatic communication needs for the initiative on Alliances for Climate Action (ACA). The communications intern will work closely with the ICCP team to refine and implement the 2019 communications plan for the initiative. The communications intern will help draft content for the Alliances for Climate Action website and facilitate content-based upgrades to the current site alliancesforclimateaction.com. The position will also help draft communication products for key international and domestic events including the G20, the United Nations Secretary General Summit, The Climate Week, COP25 and others. The position also performs desk research on specific climate-related topics, support the coordination with ACA partners, WWF country offices and other managers as needed.    The Alliances for Climate Action is a global network of domestic multi-sector coalitions committed to supporting the delivery and enhancement of their countries’ climate goals. ACA connects cities, states, the private sector, investors, universities and civil society at the domestic level so that they can work with each other and with their national governments to drive climate action.

 

  • Job LocationsUS-DC-Washington

TitleIN-19060 Nature and Financial Risk Intern

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks an intern to support its Nature and Financial Risk initiative. The intern will support the development of a literature review and framework that will clarify the economic risks degradation and loss of nature pose at macro (system) and micro (sectoral and business) levels. The report will deliver this information in a way that is meaningful aa systems and sectoral level, particularly to non-environment experts and the private sector.

 

  • Job LocationsUS-DC-Washington

 

TitleIN-19056 Protein Sustainability Undergraduate Intern

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks an undergraduate research intern.   The WWF is a leading conservation organization; our half-century of conservation success is rooted firmly in science. Over the last decade we have worked in food systems to advance our mission of people living in harmony with nature, with the acknowledgement that one of the biggest threats to this mission has long been where and how we produce food. More specifically, through our years of research, we have identified production of protein, including livestock, seafood, and plant-based proteins as a critical nexus for sustainable food systems. As negative impacts from food production continue to grow due to expanding populations, increasing incomes, shifts in consumption patterns and climate change, our work is now more crucial than ever before.   This internship provides an opportunity for an undergraduate-level student to contribute to critical research around global food systems at the intersection of environmental and human health. The Protein Sustainability team is working with an international, interdisciplinary team of experts to fill pressing research gaps on the drivers of change in food systems, where food is consumed, technological advances, and policy analysis.

 

  • Job LocationsUS-DC-Washington

 

TitleIN-19057 Protein Sustainability Graduate Intern

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a graduate-level research intern.   The WWF is a leading conservation organization; our half-century of conservation success is rooted firmly in science. Over the last decade we have worked in food systems to advance our mission of people living in harmony with nature, with the acknowledgement that one of the biggest threats to this mission has long been where and how we produce food. More specifically, through our years of research, we have identified production of protein, including livestock, seafood, and plant-based proteins as a critical nexus for sustainable food systems. As negative impacts from food production continue to grow due to expanding populations, increasing incomes, shifts in consumption patterns and climate change, our work is now more crucial than ever before.   This internship provides an opportunity for a graduate-level student to contribute to critical research around global food systems at the intersection of environmental and human health. The Protein Sustainability team is working with an international, interdisciplinary team of experts to fill pressing research gaps on the drivers of change in food systems, where food is consumed, technological advances, and policy analysis. The student may have the opportunity to co-develop research directions, depending on skills and interests.

 

  • Job LocationsUS-DC-Washington

TitleIN-19053 Supply Chain Research Intern

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Supply Chain Research Intern.

 

  • Job LocationsUS-DC-Washington

TitleIN-19048 Panda Nation Intern

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks an intern to assist with Panda Nation, WWF’s peer-to-peer fundraising program.

 

  • Job LocationsUS-DC-Washington

TitleIN-19029 Science Program Research and Analysis Intern

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Global Science Research Intern.

 

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